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Leo Burnett Group Sri Lanka Conducts the 11th Edition of its Annual Review

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Leo Burnett Group Sri Lanka, part of the global Publicis Groupe network, recently conducted its annual review for the 12th consecutive year to celebrate the agency’s achievements in 2017 and to articulate its plans for 2018. The event took place at the Hilton Residences and was attended by the entire Leo Burnett team, who came together in a spirit of camaraderie to celebrate yet another year of success and creative excellence.

Arosha Perera – CEO, Leo Burnett Group Sri Lanka acknowledged the agency’s achievements and milestones in 2017, and then proceeded to outline the strategy the company will pursue to fulfil its ambitions in the year ahead. Arosha’s address was followed by 2018 business outlook presentations by Leo Burnett, Publicis, MSL, ARC and Starcom. 

Over the years, the Leo Burnett Group has built many powerful brands and meaningful partnerships with its clients, whilst delivering gratifying results and gaining peer recognition in the industry. This year the group celebrates its 19th anniversary in Sri Lanka whilst the Leo Burnett global network commemorated its 83rd anniversary. As Leo Burnett looks ahead to the future, the agency remains dedicated to developing new ideas inspired by HumanKind – Leo Burnett’s philosophy which is rooted in the belief that creativity has the power to transform human behaviour.


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