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Ceylinco Life Sales Officers win 5 NASCO Awards

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Four sales professionals of Ceylinco Life won five awards at the 2015 National Sales Congress (NASCO) Awards of the Sri Lanka Institute of Marketing (SLIM), giving the country’s life insurance leader high visibility at this annual event.

The top performer among them was Nadeeka Jayamali who received the Gold Award in the Sales Executive Category in the Life Insurance sector and also won the award for Most Outstanding Female Sales Person of the Year, which is the single award for females encompassing all three awards categories -- Frontliner, Sales Executive and Territory Manager.

The other winners from Ceylinco Life were R. S. Panagoda of Corporate Sales who won the Silver Award in the Frontliner Category in the Life Insurance sector, and W. S. R Fernando who won the Silver Award in the Territory Manager Category and R. P. Edirisinghe who took the Bronze Award in the Sales Executive Category.

“Encouraging professionalism among sales officers and facilitating continuous improvement has been a fundamental principle at Ceylinco Life from the company’s inception, and we are proud of the achievements of these winners,” the company’s Managing Director/CEO R. Renganathan said. “They represent the emphasis we place on best practice in sales, and will inspire others in the company to strive for similar recognition.”

Considered the premier event that recognizes sales excellence and rewards and motivates sales professionals in multiple sectors to achieve greater heights, the NASCO Awards recognise the best Front Liners, Sales Executives and Territory Managers in sectors such as Media, IT – Products & Services, Insurance, Financial Products & Services, Telecommunication, Travel & Leisure, Fashion and Clothing, Consumer Durables, FMCG and Alcohol & Tobacco.
The Front Liners and Sales Executives contending for awards are required to sit for an interview with the judging panel. 

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