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Hasrath Munasinghe receives CMO Asia Council felicitation for Marketing

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Senior Marketing Professional and Brand Builder Hasrath Munasinghe was presented a special felicitation for contributions made to the Sri Lankan Marketing discipline at the Sri Lanka Marketing, HR and CSR Leadership Awards presented by the CMO Asia Council at a gala event in Colombo recently.
Currently Commercial Bank of Ceylon Marketing Deputy General Manager, Munasinghe counts 23 years in the fields of marketing, sales, sustainability and CSR, 14 of which have been in senior management positions. He is a Trustee of the Commercial Bank CSR Trust, which is responsible for an extensive and multifaceted portfolio of nationally-scaled community initiatives.

Hasrath Munasinghe speaking a few words at the awards ceremony

“I have always believed that it is important for marketers to have their feet on the street and have the pulse of the people. They must be versatile, agile, deeply intuitive and passionate about what they do, and be genuinely committed to responsible and ethical brand building,” Munasinghe said. “I am honoured to receive this award as an acknowledgment that my contribution to the sphere of marketing has been meaningful and worthy of recognition.”

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