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Nine Indian-Americans awarded for contribution to business

india Updated: May 30, 2008 16:03 IST

Nine prominent Indian-Americans, two of them women, are among 50 people of Asian origin, who have been honoured by the Asian American Business Development Centre for their contribution to the field of business.

Neeta Bhasin, president and CEO of ASB Communications and Sarbari Gupta of Eloectrosoft Services Inc, were the two women among the nine Indian-American recipients of the awards, that were dominated by Chinese businesses.

Besides being a business woman, Bhasin is also a prominent TV personality, a very familiar face for the South Asian audience in New York and New Jersey.

Bhasin, who has hosted a live show on a channel devoted to the South Asian diaspora, says her passion for business, and community related issues led her to work towards building bridges between the diverse groups of society.

Sarbari Gupta, the founder of Eloectrosoft Services Inc, has led the successful charge of the company since it was established in 2001.

Other Indians among the awardees were Ambuj Goel, general manager IBM, Sunil Garg of New Jersey's Union County Utilities Authority and Sameer Mittal, president of UK West Inc, a manufacturer of solid waste components.

Besides, vice-president of I-flex solutions R Ravishankar; Dr Shan Nair, who co-founded Nair and Company and Kamalpreet S Virdi, executive president of the Aequor Technologies were also awarded for their achievements.

The annual awards recognise entrepreneurs, business professionals and corporate executives who contribute to the general economy of the US.

Chinese business persons bagged as many as 18 of the total titles, the maximum number received by any of the Asian-American ethnic group.
Nine Indian-Americans awarded for contribution to business

New York, May 30 (PTI) Nine prominent Indian-Americans, two of them women, are among 50 people of Asian origin, who have been honoured by the Asian American Business Development Centre for their contribution to the field of business.

Neeta Bhasin, president and CEO of ASB Communications and Sarbari Gupta of Eloectrosoft Services Inc, were the two women among the nine Indian-American recipients of the awards, that were dominated by Chinese businesses.

Besides being a business woman, Bhasin is also a prominent TV personality, a very familiar face for the South Asian audience in New York and New Jersey.

Bhasin, who has hosted a live show on a channel devoted to the South Asian diaspora, says her passion for business, and community related issues led her to work towards building bridges between the diverse groups of society.

Sarbari Gupta, the founder of Eloectrosoft Services Inc, has led the successful charge of the company since it was established in 2001.

Other Indians among the awardees were Ambuj Goel, general manager IBM, Sunil Garg of New Jersey's Union County Utilities Authority and Sameer Mittal, president of UK West Inc, a manufacturer of solid waste components.

Besides, vice-president of I-flex solutions R Ravishankar; Dr Shan Nair, who co-founded Nair and Company and Kamalpreet S Virdi, executive president of the Aequor Technologies were also awarded for their achievements.

The annual awards recognise entrepreneurs, business professionals and corporate executives who contribute to the general economy of the US.

Chinese business persons bagged as many as 18 of the total titles, the maximum number received by any of the Asian-American ethnic group.