Consulus Sri Lanka
Our goal is to help Sri Lankan enterprises upgrade their management and organizational capacity to nurture innovative thinking and shape a better future for Sri Lanka
The capabilities and the type of solutions that we provide in Consulus Sri Lanka.
- Business Transformation Solutions – PurposeCORE 50%
- Place Economy Transformation and Branding – PlaceCORE 25%
- New Experience Concepts – ExperienceCORE 25%
Our work includes:
- Help upgrade management and leadership capacity within an organization to enhance business performance
- Transforming a company’s business model, help them build the capacity for innovation and create their own intellectual property.
- Help shape urban renewal in Sri Lanka through place innovation and community engagement
- Upgrade service and retail experiences through strategy and creative solutions
In August 2012, Lawrence Chong, Chief Executive of Consulus, was invited by Shiraz Latiff, a Trustee of the Chartered Institute of Marketing UK to speak at the annual CIM conference in Sri Lanka. The event attracted 350 business leaders and Consulus’s unique approach of business design was well-received as many corporations were reviewing their business models to build global brands. Discussions were initiated between Consulus and Hummingbird International where Shiraz Latiff leads as the Chairman/CEO.
On 28th of January 2013, the partnership was officially sealed before a select group of 60 business leaders who gathered at the historic Galadari Hotel. The office is led by Shiraz Latiff and his partners who has over 22 years of commercial and industry experience in strategic marketing, business optimization and corporate restructuring.
In 2013, Lawrence and Shiraz started writing a weekly column for Ceylon Today titled Shape the World.
Managing Partner at Consulus Hummingbird
Address: Level 3, No. 24, Beddagana Road, Kotte, Sri Lanka
Mr Lawrence Chong, CEO of Consulus, has spoken to a packed house of 120 CEOs and senior management of the largest companies in Sri Lanka at the CEO’s Breakfast Forum today at Jetwing Hotel Colombo.
Yesterday, CEO of Consulus, Mr Lawrence Chong, shared his insights and advice with 75 Marketing Directors and Managers in Sri Lanka at a talk titled “Marketing in the Age of Design and Disruption”.
The Chartered Institute of Marketing Sri Lanka will host its second CIM Talking Point Programme and the CEOs Breakfast Forum for this year on 25 and 26 of May 2017 respectively. The speaker at both programmes is Consulus CEO, Lawrence Chong.
CIM SL to hold second Talking Point programme and CEOs Breakfast Forum – Consulus on Daily Mirror (Sri Lanka)
The Chartered Institute of Marketing Sri Lanka will be hosting its second CIM Talking Point Programme and the CEOs Breakfast Forum for this year on 25th and 26th of May respectively. The speaker of both programmes is Lawrence Chong, CEO at Consulus.
S’pore Consulus Global Innovation Consultancy CEO at CIM SL forum next week – Consulus on The Daily FT (Sri Lanka)
The Chartered Institute of Marketing Sri Lanka will be hosting its second CIM Talking Point Program and the CEOs Breakfast Forum for this year on 25 and 26 May respectively. The speaker of both programs is Lawrence Chong, CEO at Consulus.
Apart from being rich in tea plantations and natural gemstones, Shiraz Latiff, Managing Partner at Consulus Hummingbird in Sri Lanka, says how his country’s 8 million-strong workforce are also jewels. During an interview with The Columnist, he also discusses the challenges that the country faces and what could be expected in 2016.
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