FCCISL tie up with SLIM to promote Gamata Marketing
Federation of Chambers of Commerce and Industry of Sri Lanka has tied up with Sri Lanka Institute of Marketing (SLIM) to promote Small & Medium Scale Enterprises (SMEs) towards more marketing oriented business approach through “Gamata Marketing” programme, an initiative of SLIM, under FCCISL’s Regional Business Forum Concept.
The main objective of this “Gamata Marketing” Programme is to make regional SMEs aware of marketing principles and its applications using relevant strategies and tools for effective targeting of customer segments focused on delivering more specific products and services which satisfies segments effectively and efficiently than of those competitors. FCCISL and SLIM believe that this knowledge based initiative will help uplift their business performance to next levels from where it stands now through streamlining their focus, attitudes and orientation towards market based product offerings.
FCCISL and SLIM along with Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Central Province, Sabaragamuwa Chamber of Commerce and Industry and Wayamba Chamber of Commerce and Industry have planned a series of marketing programmes in this regard. This initiative was launched with the first programme held recently in Kandy, and two other programmes have been scheduled in Ratnapura and Kurunegala for 15th and 18th December respectively. The final expected result is to improve regional economy by developing more dynamic, innovative and competitive entrepreneurs in the country.
Picture shows Tissa Jayaweera, President FCCISL (3rd from left), Rohan Somawansa, President SLIM (3rd from right), Dhanesh Jayathilaka – Executive Member SLIM/Project chairman (2nd from right), Chiranjeewa Kulatunga-Coordinator/ GM Project (extreme right), Thusitha Tennakoon, Secretary General FCCISL (2nd from left) and Krishantha Wisenthige, Deputy Head, Projects & Services FCCISL (extreme left) shown in the picture on the occasion of finalizing the partnership arrangements.