Date: 21st April 2023
The local Indian business fraternity came together recently to host a highly successful business networking event. The program was aimed at encouraging relationships and cooperation among the community’s thriving businesses and professionals.
The event, hosted at Surrey’s famous Empire Banquet Hall, brought together a varied group of business executives and highlighted the region’s thriving and dynamic Indian business sector.
The networking event, organised by the Canadian Desi Arts and Cultural Club (CDACC), drew more than 100 attendees from a variety of businesses, including real estate, banking, mortgage, and insurance, among others. The event provided a platform for local entrepreneurs, company owners, and professionals to network.
Mr. Ajay Rana, founder of CDACC, opened the event with a welcoming speech, emphasizing the significance of networking and creating strong ties in today’s competitive business world. He emphasized the tremendous contributions made by the Indian business community to British Columbia’s economic growth and thanked all attendees for their active involvement.
The networking event featured engaging presentations by industry experts, including Mr Dipak Gandevia and Naina Harry Gandevia of The Gandevia Insurance & Investment Team, renowned realtor Neeraj Kumar from eXp Realty & Neeraj Kumar Real Estate Team, senior immigration consultant Mr Kapil Virmani and digital marketing specialist Dr Chinmaya Sadangi from Digi Ninja.
Their talks included subjects including innovation, industry trends, investment prospects, and the role of technology in driving company success. The educative presentations were followed by sumptuous dinner over which attendees engaged and made new contacts.
“I am overjoyed to see such a large turnout and energy at this networking event,” Mr. Neeraj Kumar stated. “It exemplifies the spirit of collaboration and entrepreneurship that characterizes our community. We hope that this event will serve as a catalyst for future collaboration and economic prosperity in the
Greater Vancouver Region.”
Attendees commended the event for its well-organized framework and networking and learning opportunities. Many thanked CDACC for bringing the business community together and establishing a platform for relationships and progress.
The success of this networking event highlights the active and robust Indian business community in British Columbia, as well as their contributions to the local economy. Events like this serve as a catalyst for creativity, cooperation, and the exchange of ideas as the province grows and thrives.
CDACC intends to host more such events in the future, therefore improving the Lower Mainland’s business environment and creating a culture of entrepreneurship and growth.
Article & Pictures Credit: Sanu Nair