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CIM Sri Lanka celebrates 20th anniversary

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The Chartered Institute of Marketing Sri Lanka celebrated its 20th year anniversary on November 24that the Galle Face Hotel, Colombo under the patronage of Speaker of the Parliament Karu Jayasuriya together with an unprecedented gathering of the business fraternity and distinguished dignitaries.  
This celebratory event was organized with the objective of appreciating, recognizing and celebrating individuals and organizations that have helped in the progression of CIMSL activities over the past 20 years and to promote a network of fellowship amongst its members and the business fraternity.  
Along with the 20th anniversary celebrations the Chartered Marketer / Fellowship Investiture was also conducted and the ceremony acknowledged thirteen members as Fellows and Twenty two members were given the Chartered Marketer Status. CIM Sri Lanka also felicitated the staff members who have been with the institute for over 15 years and undoubtedly been the axis of its successful journey.  
The occasion was graced by the presence of Oliver Greening, Associate Director of Development of Chartered Institute of Marketing UK, Eardley Perera, Founder Chairman of CIM Sri Lanka, Stuart Chapman, President of the Chartered Institute of Marketing Sri Lanka, Sanjika Perera, Chairman of Chartered Institute of Marketing Sri Lanka, Past presidents and chairpersons and past and current board members. 
The CIM Sri Lanka Region is the first international branch of CIM UK and comprises of the largest number of members, both professional and students, of CIM outside the UK. Celebrating the 20th Anniversary this year CIM SL has always campaigned for high professional standards, greater recognition for the profession and marketing excellence in Sri Lanka, through education, training and continuous professional development (CPD).

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