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Seated from left: Treasurer Waruna Kathriarachchi (Nielsen Lanka), Secretary Roshani Fernando (Quantum Consumer Solutions), President Himalee Madurasinghe (LMRB), Immediate Past President Ravi Bamunusinghe (RCB) and Assistant Secretary Prajika Fernando (LMRB)
Standing from left: Committee Members: Dilini Jayasuriya (Breakthrough Business Intelligence), Chitrangani Herat Gunaratne (Quantum Consumer Solutions), Shaheen Cader (Nielsen Lanka) Anura Karunaratne (TNS Lanka), Neel de Silva (SRL), Therika Meyandeniya (Nielsen Lanka) and Assistant Treasurer Mihirani Dissanayake (TNS Lanka)



At the third Annual General Meeting of the Market Research Society of Sri Lanka (MRSSL) held recently, former MRSSL Secretary Himalee Madurasinghe was elected as the new President, succeeding Ravi Bamunusinghe, whose term as President ended after three years of valuable contributions. 

In her acceptance speech, Madurasinghe thanked the outgoing president for all the guidance provided and emphasized the importance of promoting the spirit of togetherness among members, which had become a hallmark of the society. 

Further, Madurasinghe invited more member involvement in the activities of the society to enable the market research industry further uplift its standards so that the marketers would continue receiving research services of the highest quality.  

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