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  • 10 May 2016 4:00 PM | Mayank Bhatt

    CG Bhatia visits ICCC headquarters

     Chamber's leaders discuss bilateral trade with the Consul General 
     
     ICCC board and staff greet CG Dinesh Bhatia

    Dinesh Bhatia, the new Consul General of India to Toronto visited the headquarters of the Indo-Canada Chamber of Commerce (ICCC) in Toronto on May 10, 2016. He interacted with the members of the board of directors of the Chamber and discussed the current scenario of Canada-India relations with special focus on business and commercial relations. He expressed confidence that the relations between the two countries were getting better because of the commitment on both sides, especially on enhancing trade.

    ICCC President Sanjay Makkar welcomed the Consul General to the Chamber’s headquarters and briefed him about the Chamber’s activities. “The Chamber is at the forefront of promoting trade between Canada and India for the last four decades,” he said, and added, “over the last decade we have focussed on building linkages between small entrepreneurs in the two countries through various means, and especially through our annual India Missions.” Mr. Makkar assured all the support and help required by the Consulate for the promotion of Canada India bilateral ties.

    It may be recalled that the ICCC and the Consulate General of India in Toronto have longstanding working relationship, and have collaborated on numerous initiatives in the recent past. Notably, the ICCC and the Consulate worked in unison to organize the PBDCanada2011 during the Year of India in Canada.

    The members of the board also greeted the Consul General, and conducted a tour of the different facilities are housed in the Chamber’s headquarters. The Consul General was also shown the Pravasi Bharatiya Samman Award that was bestowed on the Chamber by the Government of India in 2012.

    ICCC board members Mr. Arun Srivastava, Mr. Jagdish Bajaj, Mr. Kanwar Dhanjal, Mr. Ajay Tandon, Mr. Yatendra Shah and Ms. Devika Penekelapati were also present. 

     
     ICCC President Sanjay Makkar with Consul General Dinesh Bhatia


  • 26 Apr 2016 6:30 PM | Mayank Bhatt

     
    ICCC pledges support 
     
    to CG Dinesh Bhatia's initiatives
     
     ICCC leadership with the Consul General Dinesh Bhatia (third from left) 
    releasing India Mission 2016 report
    Sanjay Makkar, President of the Indo-Canada Chamber of Commerce (ICCC), has pledged to work with the Consul General of India Dinesh Bhatia to create a forum for international students who come to Canada from India.

    At a glittering reception attended by the Who’s Who of Indo-Canadian community and members of the Ontario legislature including Hon Amrit Mangat; former senators Vim Kochar and Asha Seth, the Indo-Canada Chamber of Commerce feted the new Consul General in downtown Toronto Tuesday.

    Reciprocating to ICCC President’s overture about working jointly for Indian students in Canada, the new Consul General said that among the three priorities he has set for himself since he took charge in early March are the diaspora community, trade ties between Canada and India, and Indian students in Canada.

    During his speech, Mr. Bhatia said he has set up Friday mornings between 10:00 am and 12:00 pm to meet with the Indian diaspora, and he would be meeting everyone “without appointment.”  Speaking extempore, Mr. Bhatia said he had come after a diplomatic stint in Africa, and what he found in common between Africa (which has 53 countries) and Canada is that both of them are looking at India because of India’s growth story.

    India will continue to grow at an astounding pace, and has already begun to attract more FDI than any other country in the world, Mr. Bhatia said, and added that India and Canada have been negotiating the trade agreement for a few years, and the situation has reached a stage where India has made certain proposals and is awaiting Canadian response.

    In his welcome remarks Sanjay Makkar broached the idea of working together with the Consulate to create a forum for the Indian students in Canada. Giving statistics, he said, in 2015 over 40,000 students from India were enrolled in Canadian educational institutions, constituting 12 percent of the total enrolment of international students. 

    The number of students has steadily been increasing, and the year to year rise was expected to be 11 percent. Indian students require handholding when they come to Canada they need cultural acclimatization and a sense of belonging to feel secure in an alien environment at least initially.

    Mr. Bhatia agreed to work with the Chamber to create such a forum. Further, Mr. Makkar gave a brief background of ICCC’s four-decades-old history of working to foster bilateral relations between Canada and India, and to create opportunities for the Indo-Canadian diaspora. He spoke about the India Mission 2016 that the Chamber had organized in January.  

    The program ended with Consul General  Bhatia, Vim Kochar and Asha Seth releasing the India Mission report. Among those who shared their experiences about India Mission included ICCC's VP Arun Srivastava; Panorama India's Chair Anu Srivastsva; Mukund Purohit, and a few others. 

    Download the India Mission 2016 report,
    click on the cover below




  • 18 Apr 2016 8:08 PM | Mayank Bhatt

               

    ICCC Newsletter  
    April 2016  
     
    Letter from the President

    Greetings of Vaisakhi to all those who celebrate the festival.

    We are in the midst of preparing for our Annual Awards and Gala Night in June, unarguably the biggest event on the annual calendar of the Indo-Canada Chamber of Commerce (ICCC). The board of directors of the Chamber has decided that the theme of the annual gala will beTransform & Transcend – Leading the Way Forward. It encapsulates the changes that are shaping the bilateral, and especially the economic relations between Canada and India. 

    There has been a gradual transformation in the bilateral ties, and significant developments have started to change the ground realities of the relations. One of the most important unraveling of a perennial deadlock is the reported commencement of negotiations on Foreign Investment Protection Act (FIPA), which had been stalled for several years, after being launched in 2004. The new approach that the Indian government appears to have taken on the contentious issues of subject the state to private sector arbitration suits may yield results in reaching a deal that is acceptable to both Canada and India. 
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  • 07 Apr 2016 6:30 PM | Anonymous

    Tax & Estate Planning Strategies

    For Individuals & Small Entrepreneurs

     

    Indo Canada Chamber of Commerce (ICCC) organized a seminar in collaboration with CPA Ontario on Tax and estate planning strategies for individuals and small entrepreneurs

    The seminar provided an overview of common issues and concerns that individuals and small business entrepreneurs face as they develop their estate and succession planning goals.

    Mr. Sanjay Makkar welcomed the CPA Ontario and all the participants at the event. He said the chamber is working hard to update its members regarding the new developments in the economy and the job market. 

    Mr. Bryan Jacob, Student Recruiter, CPA Ontario, gave an introduction of CPA’s new program Advanced Certificate in Accounting and Finance (ACAF). The program will provide the job-ready skills that employers across the country value within the accounting and finance functions of their businesses.

    Ms. Carmen Jacques, Manager, Student Recruitment, CPA Ontario, welcomed all the guests and introduced the CPA Ontario as a partner of the ICCC for the next year as well. She lauded the efforts of the ICCC in promoting the sponsors for the whole year.                                      

     

     

     ICCC & CPA leadership

     Participants at the seminar

     

     

    Mr.  Jeffrey H. Waugh, Director with the Tax, Wealth & Insurance Planning Group at Sun Life Financial was the main speaker at the event. He gave a detailed presentation on tax and estate planning strategies for individuals and small business owners.

    He said that the issue of taxation and estate planning is complex in nature so the expert advice helps people in planning and executing their financial plans in the light of new developments in the policies and changing economic activities throughout the globe.

    Mr. Waugh explained the ways of ensuring the tax-efficient transfer of estate to the next generation, with a special focus on the use of life insurance in the small business context.

    The event was well attended by the ICCC members. Mr. Arun Srivastava, Vice President Finance and Sponsorship introduced the theme of the program to the participants. 


  • 07 Apr 2016 4:00 PM | Mayank Bhatt

    ICCC -- I-Canada Alliance collaboration 
    World Future Cities Summit


    L to R: Arun Srivastava, Vice President, ICCC, Bill Hutchinson, Chair, I-Canada Alliance, Sanjay Makkar, President, ICCC

    Indo-Canada Chamber of Commerce (ICCC) will be collaborating with I-Canada Alliance to organize the World Future Cities Summit to be held in Toronto’s world renowned MaRS District on June 9 and 10, 2016. The agreement to collaborate was inked between ICCC President Sanjay Makkar and I-Canada Alliance’s Chair Bill Hutchinson at the ICCC. I-Canada Alliance is a national movement dedicated to the creation of Smart Cities across Canada, where every one enjoys the benefits of higher income, better healthcare, and a rising quality of life.

    After agreeing to collaborate, Sanjay Makkar, President,ICCC, said, “The Indo-Canada Chamber of Commerce is pleased to collaborate with I-Canada Alliance on the World Future Cities Summit because Smart Cities will bring a new dimension to the bilateral relations between Canada and India. We plan to be the conduit for channeling Canadian investments and know how to India’s Smart Cities project.”

    Bill Hutchinson has played a pivotal role in Canada’s emergence as a global leaders in Smart Cities technologies and infrastructure. He shared historic moments in Canadian telecommunications, from his role as the founding chair of Canarie Inc., whose national research and education network has brought Canada much international recognition, to a Waterfront Toronto executive role in conceiving communications infrastructures. Bill Hutchinson is the chair of SAVI, a five year research project involving ten Canadian universities investigating the future of cloud computing and related communications and he is a distinguished research fellow of the Munk School at the University of Toronto.

    The upcoming World Future Cities Summit will be a platform for communities, value-makers and network builders. The two-day convention kicks off with a detailed analysis of India’s Smart Cities project by Pratap Padode, Founder and Director Smart Cities Council India. During the recent India Mission 2016, the ICCC delegation confabulated with senior government officials both at the Indian federal government and different provincial governments to discuss the possibilities of transfer of technologies on India’s ambitious $2 trillion Smart Cities project.


    The other topics to be covered during the two-day Summit include:

    • How communities leverage the innovation economy: Inventing value – there’s no ‘Plan B’
    • Governor’s Choice Program – the Internet of Things (IoT), Cognitive Solutions, Transportation, Applications and Savings
    • The ROI From Broadband – New opportunities and new financing
    • Rising communities: Smaller but innovative - A caucus of small communities motivated

    Among the speakers are:

    • Steven Adler, IBM Global Leader Information Strategy
    • Sara Diamond, President and Vice Chancellor OCAD University
    • Dermott Sweeny, Principal Dermott Sweeny & Co
    • Dan Matheson, Mayor Stratford ON
    • David Sandel, Founder Gigabit City Summit
    • Patricia McCarney, President and CEO World Council on City Data
    • Terry Dalton, President i-Valley
    • Tom Rivington, President f6 Networks
    • Suneet Tuli Singh, President and CEO Datawind
    • Damodar Arapakota, President Imex Systems
    • Mark Romoff, President and CEO, Canadian Council on Public Private Partnerships
    • Anthony Sarget, CEO, Luminato
    • Janet Da Silva, President and CEO, Toronto Board of Trade
    • Fawn Annan, President and Group Publisher IT world Canada

    For more information about the Summit, click here: World Futures Cities Summit


  • 16 Mar 2016 6:30 PM | Anonymous

    'Time to invest in India is now'

     Strong and sustained economic growth makes India top investment destination

    Indo Canada Chamber of Commerce (ICCC) organised an informative session on investing in India – one of the strongest economies in the Emerging Markets. Mr. Richard Minuk, CFA, Senior Manager Business Development, Excel Funds was the main speaker at the session called ‘The New India – Strategies for Income and Growth’ held at ICCC’s headquarters on 16 March 2016.

    Mr. Minuk said that Excel Funds was established in 1998 as the only Canadian mutual fund company focused solely on emerging markets. It is the largest and longest-running India focused mutual fund in Canada. He said that the Indian economy is growing between 7-8% from the last couple of years, and expected to grow at 7.8% in 2016. India has the largest young population and by 2030 the middle class growth will be close to 475 million from the 100 million at present. The Indian government debt to GDP is also at 51.7% which is robust and the low oil prices are a great boon for the Indian economy.

    India is now has the second largest internet user base with over 350 million users in 2015, this number is expected to rise to more than 650 million by 2020 which will help in growth of online shopping from $8 billion (2015) to $ 102 billion (2020). He further said that the strong Indian forex reserves ($352 billion) provide a sense of security and faith in the Indian market. The growing Indian economy is providing huge opportunities of investment which will give a good number of annual return to the investors.

    Mr. Makkar in his welcome address said that he and other small entrepreneurs had witnessed the Indian growth story in January during ICCC’s India Mission 2016. It is a ripe time for investing in India. The government is business-friendly, and they are moving forward with the desired reforms in the economy to benefit the trade and commercial activities. Mr. Makkar also introduced the two newly appointed directors of the ICCC Mr. Yatendra Shah, and Ms. Devika Penekelapati. Mr. Pappur Shankar, Director Mining & Energy was also present. 

    Mr. Arun Srivastava introduced the speaker to the audience. Mr. Eric Valderrama Sr. Vice President National Sales, Excel funds was also present at the event.

     
    ICCC leadership and participants at the seminar


  • 16 Mar 2016 9:30 AM | Mayank Bhatt

               

    ICCC Newsletter  
    March 2016  
     
    Letter from the President

    At the Indo-Canada Chamber of Commerce, the advent of spring is when we begin the process of sifting through the nominations that we receive for our Annual Awards. The process of selecting the winners from the nominations we receive is the task of an independent advisory board. Of course, the board of the Chamber and its staff put in a tremendous amount of hard work in making the process seamless. And at the end of the process, we select the best that the Indo-Canadian community has to offer – 11 individuals who have made a significant and stellar contribution to the fabric of the Canadian society through their work. Nine of these awards are people’s nominations, and two are chosen by the Chamber.

    Over the last two decades and more, the ICCC Annual Awards have come to epitomize the social consciousness of the Indo-Canadian community’s entrepreneurs and professionals, who believe not merely in working hard to prosper and do well for themselves, but also to directly contribute to make Canada a better place. It is this commitment to Canada that makes our award winners different. Nearly every year, the advisory board members are at a loss because they have to choose just one person for each category from the list of nominees, and each of the nominations we receive are of achievers who are great and remarkable in their own way.

    It is one of our Chamber’s mandates to recognize the achievements of Indo-Canadians through the AnnualAwards, and over the last 23 years, we have undertaken this task with the seriousness it deserves. We have always been in the forefront of recognizing achievement, and in most cases, our award winners have subsequently gone on to garner greater glories from mainstream Canada.

    I urge you to nominate a deserving achiever, and we all know achievers in different spheres of life. Take a look at our categories, and the requirements for each of them, fill out the form and send it to us along with the requisite supplementary information. It is our responsibility as members of the Indo-Canadian community to ensure that the best amongst us get the recognition they deserve.

    For more information on our awards, please click here: Call for Nominations - 2016 Awards

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  • 08 Mar 2016 6:30 PM | Anonymous

    Empowering Women = Empowering Society

     ICCC's Fifth Annual International Women's Day Celebration
       
     
     Participants at ICCC's Annual International Women's Day Celebrations

    Women empowerment has many dimensions and many aspects. It is connected to a career, wealth, success personally and professionally. On their journey to fulfillment and empowerment, women face discrimination and gender bias, orthodoxy in personal spheres, conservative moors and the necessity to adjust in an ever-changing as well as an ever-shrinking space.

    These and many other related issues were hotly discussed and debated earlier this week on the occasion of the International Women’s Day at the Indo-Canada Chamber of Commerce’s headquarters in Toronto. The panelists and the audience included some of the Indo-Canadian community’s most successful women. They included entrepreneurs, professionals, community leaders, artists, academics. All of them are all this in addition to their primary role of being home makers.

    The panelists were: Ms. Lata Pada, Founder & Artistic Director of Sampradaya Dance Creations; Ms. Chinyere Eni-McLean, Financial Planner RBC Royal Bank; Ms. Vicki Saunders, Founder of SheEO; and Ms. Neena Kanwar, Co-founder of KMH Cardiology and Diagnostic Centres.

    This was the fifth annual International Women’s Day panel discussion organized by ICCC. And the diversity of views represented by the panelists and the audience gave a different dimension to the theme of Women Empowerment. Among the issues that the panelists discussed included the following:

    • What is Women Empowerment? Is it limited to a career choice, generating wealth and corporate success or is itsomething intangible
    • Dealing with discrimination and gender bias
    • The two biggest challenges faced in the journey to success
    • Traditional conservative families – are they the biggest hurdle to women empowerment
    • How can women empowerment change social structure of the society

    In her welcome remarks, Ginni Sethi, Vice President, Women Entrepreneurs and Professionals (WEP), and Membership said that the two of the panelists had been awarded by ICCC in 2001 and 2003. She said that Women Empowerment refers both to the process of self-empowerment and professional achievements, which enables women to overcome any obstacles to achieve success.

    It also reflects women’s ability to use their developed skills and intellect to shape future for an unbiased social structure. Active participation of women in all spheres of life will help in promoting new ideas, rational decision making and positive use of socio-eco and political power.

    Mr. Sanjay Makkar, President ICCC in his welcome remarks said that the chamber is giving more importance to the women and working towards promoting the women entrepreneurship. All the committees of the ICCC have women members. He also announced that Ms. Devika Penekelapati had been inducted into the Chamber’s board in early March. “Our Chamber started to celebrate the international women’s day from 2012 onwards in recognition of the growing contribution of women in all the spheres of life,” he said.

    The panel discussion drew tremendous response from the ICCC members and non-members and was attended by an overwhelming number.

    Ms. Shibani Sahney, Chair WEP committee moderated the session and also gave a vote of thanks.

     
     Panelists with ICCC & WEP leadership 


  • 07 Mar 2016 6:30 PM | Anonymous

    Canada-India Collaboration in Mining 

     ICCC's Business Reception for Indian Delegation to PDAC, Toronto

       

     

     Delegates and ICCC team along with political leaders at ICCC's business reception for Indian delegation to PDAC

    Indo-Canada Chamber of Commerce (ICCC) organized a business reception for the Indian mining delegation visiting the annual Prospectors and Developers Association Convention (PDAC) in Toronto on 7th March, 2016.

    PDAC International Convention, Trade Show & Investors Exchange is the world’s leading convention for people, companies and organizations in, or connected with, mineral exploration. This is the biggest convention in Canada where, 1100 exhibitors and 25,000 attendees come from over 100 countries participate.

    Nikunja B. Dhal, Joint Secretary, Ministry of Mines, Government of India, led the Indian delegation comprising over 26 representatives from the government and the private sector, including Managing Director of Nalco and VALCO India.

    The ICCC hosted the delegation for dinner and an attendance was over 70 came to listen to the mining opportunities in India. In his welcome remarks, Sanjay Makkar, President, ICCC, emphasized the significance of the PDAC convention and the role chamber has played in promoting bilateral trade and investment between Canada and India in the mining sector.

    ICCC’s Mining Committee under the leadership of Mr. Pappur Shankar is working hard to promote the Canada India relations in mining sector. The Chamber wanted to share Canadian mining experience of over a century and especially the state of the art technology that Canada has to offer to tap the unlocked potential in the mining sector of India, said Makkar.

    R K Perindia, Acting Consul General of India in Toronto, lauded the remarkable work of ICCC in promoting bilateral trade between Canada and India, and its focused initiatives in the mining sector. The delegation is looking for Canadian companies to invest in India. The delegation leaders gave information about the following areas of interests and seeking Canadian companies to participate.

    • Investment opportunities in Mining, Metal & Energy sectors
    • Mineral assets of interest: Bauxite, Thermal Coal, Copper etc
    • Greenfield Aluminium Smelter with Captive Power Plant (Investment opportunity of 3 Billion USD)
    • Technology support, R&D
    • Extraction of Alumina from low grade ore/ fly ash
    • Aluminium Smelter – Reduction of Energy consumption
    • Iron concentrate from red mud.
    • Development of new applications and alloys of Aluminium
    • Extraction of Gallium, Rare Earth elements from Bayer Liquor/Red mud

    Dipika Damrela, MPP, and Norm Miller MPP, were also present. Mr. Pappur Shankar moderated the discussion, and Mr. Jagdish Bajaj offered the vote of thanks.

     

     MPP Norm Miller (l), Nikunja B. Dhal, Joint Secretary, Sanjay Makkar and Arun Srivastava (r)


  • 29 Feb 2016 1:30 PM | Anonymous

    Roundtable with Hon. Rona Ambrose

     Leader of Conservative Party of Canada & 

    Official Opposition in the House of Commons assures  

    continued support to small businesses

     

     Hon. Rona Ambrose with ICCC team

    Hon. Rona Ambrose, the interim leader of the Conservative Party of Canada and the Official Opposition in the House of Commons, visited the Indo Canada Chamber of Commerce’s (ICCC) headquarters in Toronto on 29th February 2016 for a roundtable to discuss the issues faced by the Small and Medium Entrepreneurs before the federal budget.

    Mr. Sanjay Makkar welcomed Hon. Ambrose on behalf of the Chamber and briefed her about the different set of Chamber’s initiatives to promote Canada India bilateral trade. He gave Hon. Ambrose detailed information about the ICCC’s India Mission 2016 when the Chamber led over 50 Canadian small businesses to explore the burgeoning Indian market. The ICCC President said that during the India Mission, the Chamber visited nine Indian cities, and held B2B meetings, seminars, and industry tours to explore the possibilities for the promotion of the commercial ties between the two countries.

    Hon. Ambrose expressed gratitude to the warm welcome that was given to her by the ICCC on her first visit to the Chamber. She lauded the Chamber for undertaking the task of advocating the cause of small businesses, and emphasized the increasing significance of small businesses as employment and wealth generators globally and especially in Canada.

    Hon. Ambrose assured the executive team of the ICCC and other participants, a majority of whom are small entrepreneurs, that her party would continue to be committed to the small entrepreneur in Canada, focus upon the challenges that the small and medium businesses face in a rapidly changing environment, especially with the precipitous downslide in the global prices of most natural resources, which forms the backbone of the Canadian economy.

    She emphasized that as the leader of the official opposition, she would continue to focus on the Canadian economy and consistently raise the issue at the federal level of the difficulties faced by the business community. In the interaction, participants discussed topics like energy, mining, infrastructure, tax structure, deficit budgeting and its impact on the Canadians and real estate.

     

     

     Discussing small enterprises

     Ambrose and Makkar


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