NIACC SE Regional Chapter was Inaugurated at the Consulate General of India, Atlanta, GA on November 25, 2018.
India’s Minister for State for External (Foreign) Affairs, The Honorable General V.K. Singh inaugurated the SE Regional Chapter of NIACC and delivered an inspirational and outstanding key note address. Dr. Kulkarni’s very impressive welcome speech and introduction of the honorable minister was very well received by the audience. Mr. Shailesh Lakhtakia, Cpunsel at the Consulate General, was the Master of Ceremony was very good and yet very concise in his remarks.
In addition to the Honorable Minister, General V.K. Singh, Consul General of India, Dr. Swati V. Kulkarni and her entrepreneur husband, Mr. Vijay Kulkarni, The Honorable Rob Woodall, Member of Congress from 7th Dist., GA, the Honorable Andrew Young, Former Mayor of Atlanta, Former Congressman and Former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations had many words of wisdom in their brief remarks.
NIACC National Chairman KV Kumar joins thousands of National & International Leaders Mourns the Death of Former PresidentGeorge Herbert Walker Bush.
KV Kumar worked for President Bush as a strategist in the campaign and developed some of the winning strategies. Later worked in the Bush Transition Team as the Deputy Chief of Telecommunications Department.
NIACC facilitates a dynamic trade environment by working closely with U.S. & Indian governments on trade policy issues and expanding trade opportunities for a range of specialized services.
Provide a forum for businesses and entrepreneurs by Connecting people, corporations, academia and government to promote and foster Indian American businesses for the benefit of American economy.
"Access to Success" program"
The NIACC Foundation is pleased to announce the launch of a new and exciting e-mentoring program. "Access to Success" will match students from around the country with industry specific mentors from corporate America and the NIACC network through its revamped web portal. By providing young Indians with role models, the Foundation hopes to build bright and successful futures for the country's Indian youth.
It is a mentoring program that offers students opportunities to shadow and gain practical experience from NIACC Foundation corporate and business partners. An online mentoring portion (E-mentoring) was recently designed to match students with professional adults in careers and industries compatible to student's interest. As mentors, professional adults offer support, career counseling and friendship advice to students
"Regional and National Youth Entrepreneurship 'BizFest' program"
Throughout the year the National Indian American Chamber of Commerce (NIACC) offers the Regional Youth Entrepreneurship “BizFest” in a number of cities across the United States. “BizFest” is a three and half-day intensive workshop series equipping Indian students, ages 17-25, with the tools to be successful in both business and life.
The “BizFest” teaches students a variety of business techniques and focuses on: turning hobbies and skills into profit-making ventures; establishing entrepreneurial and leadership goals; creating plans for business and life;
KV Kumar Receives Ellis Island Medal of Honor from National Ethnic Coalition of Organizations, Honored for Exceptional Commitment to community Service.