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Albert Ramdin ICS webinar
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ICS Webinar on Investments in Suriname | StarNieuws Article

The Indo-Caribbean Society webinar on “Investment Opportunities in the Republic of Suriname: Incentives and Promotions” has been mentioned StarNieuws, a leading newspaper in Suriname. ICS conducted the webinar on 27th August 2021. The news article is attached below. Webinar voor buitenlandse investeerders achter de rug 03 Sep, 08:32 Ongeveer 60…
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Webinar on Covid-19 Vaccination
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COVID-19 Vaccination: A webinar conducted by ICS and TAU

The Indo-Caribbean Society (ICS) is an organization that strives to promote friendship and unity between the Indian and Caribbean communities. In collaboration with Texila American University, Indo-Caribbean Society (ICS) conducted a webinar on “COVID-19 Vaccination” with presenters from Guyana and Suriname’s Ministry of Health. The webinar speakers included Dr. Dheeraj…
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Most promising entrepreneur of the year 2020
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Mr. Saju Bhaskar, President of TAU Received the Most Promising Entrepreneur of the Year Award

Visionary leaders, influential achievers, and motivated entrepreneurs were recognized at the Economic Times Business Excellence 2020. The Elite platform of Economic Times Business Excellence 2020 identified and honored the professionals who have envisioned and exhibited outstanding industry achievements. It is a proud and prestigious moment to share that our Beloved…
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The Indo-Caribbean Society was envisaged in 2018 with the vision and mission to unify and advance our Indo-Caribbean interests by fostering joint and collaborative actions among different people, organizations and businesses. The society was established to build connections from the past and present economic, social and cultural environments. This society…
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INDO-CARIBBEAN SOCIETY’S MONTHLY MEETING – SEPTEMBER 30, 2020

On September 30, 2020, the Indo-Caribbean Society (ICS) conducted its monthly meeting online. Around 40 members from different chapters participated in this meeting, where important action plans had been discussed. ICS, a society that commingles Indian and Caribbean communities, was initiated by a team from the Texila American University and…
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