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23 April, 2015 07:57 AM Source: Financial Times - Sri Lanka

Seylan Bank created yet another amazing challenge for corporate staff from a number of Sri Lankan companies when they launched ‘Seylan Office Challenge – 2015’ on 22 March.
For all those who participated in the event it was a moment to relax and have some proper office-style fun and win Rs. 300,000 in cash prizes while enjoying some spirited competition.
Teams representing different corporate and business entities squared up to face eight challenges, based on daily routines at office. Teams were made to seal papers, throw disks into a cardboard box placed 10 feet away, staple a stack of A4s, make a chain out of paper clips and try their hand at quick mathematics by summing up the combinations of days in a calendar, a modern-day version of Hercules’ Twelve Labours, acted out with paperclips and office stationery. As with any modern-day business, teamwork and strategy were pivotal for victory.
“We enjoyed this Sunday far more than usual because of the sparkle and the atmosphere created by the Seylan Team,” said General Manager of LSR Hotels Ltd. Ranjith Samaranayake, relaying the feedback of his company’s team.
“It was a well-organised event. All of us enjoyed every single second. We even learned something – to avoid too many choices if we need to be successful in decision-making and also on how to handle many opinions,” said Sashini Weerasinghe, one of the event’s attendees.
The final competition was close with many worthy companies vying for the limelight. Eventually, WSO2’s team ‘Bazinga’ emerged victorious, winning not just one but several categories.
Marketing Deputy General Manager Tilan Wijeyesekera said: “Seylan Bank, being at the forefront in social and digital media, always strives to give our fans and customers the best of everything. So this was one such engagement where Seylan wanted to promote team-building and online-offline engagement methods to our fans.”

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