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SLT wins Gold at Global LACP 2010/11 Annual Report awards

Sri Lanka Telecom (SLT) recently won a Gold award at the 2010/11 Vision Awards Annual Report Competition in the telecommunications sector. Organised by the League of American Communication Professionals (LACP), SLT was also placed 19th overall in the Top 100 Worldwide Rank of this much coveted global annual report competition.

"SLT is the first listed Sri Lankan company to be in the 'top 20' of the Global LACP Vision Awards," according to a company media release. Greg Young - Chief Executive Officer, Sri Lanka Telecom commented on this accolade: "This honour is doubly significant because the SLT annual report was pitted against several participating Fortune 500 companies. SLT would like to thank our media partner, Emagewise (Pvt) Ltd., for creatively expressing our vision for the annual report with such high standards."

The competition attracted one of the largest numbers of submissions ever, representing a broad range of industries and organizational sizes. Materials were judged in peer-level competitions and SLT was able to surpass some of the more prominent telecommunications companies around the globe in the quality of our annual report, it said.

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