Let there be more young entrepreneurs: Bishop Henry D’souza
Mumbai September 26: “This is a stage to encourage the achievers; their encouragement is an inspiration to us. Not only an entrepreneur, a person should become a good human being. Then only his life will become divine. Wealth should not be a goal of life; Give importance to relationships. So share your knowledge with others and be blessed. Let the number of youth entrepreneurs increase day by day” said the Bishop Henry D’souza.
Bishop Henry said these words at the 18th Annual General Body Meeting and Award function of Christian Chamber of Commerce held at Hotel Kohinoor Continental Auditorium, Andheri (E).
Nidhi Chaudhari-IPS Officer of Maharashtra Police presented the Annual Award for the achievers of CCCI 2015 and sponsors. Antony Sequeira-the executive president of CCCI presided over the function.
Jacob Crasta, received the–Excellent Achiever Entrepreneur, sponsored by Electropenemetics and Hydrolic (India). Allan Noronha received the Social Worker Award sponsored by Welwin Industries Pvt. Ltd. Allan Charles received the Excellent Education Achiever Award from the Reliable Exports. Dr Cristy Fernandis received the Public Service Award from Denial and Sons. Zeliya Quadres received the best woman industrialist award from Patathu Brothers. Santhosh D’silva Karkala received the Youth entrepreneur Award from Aldel Education Trust.
Awardees expressed their views. Directors of CCCI Lawrence Kuvello, Walter Buthello and Johnson Therattil, Advocate Piyus Vaz and Gregory D’souza and convener of various sub- committees, office bearers and members were present.
Former Executive president Henry Lobo and Vice Chairman’s Mr. Albert W D'Souza introduced the guests. Mrs. Jean Sequeira and Mrs.Premila Mathias honored the guests. Glenn D’souza and Tania Buthello compered the programme. Agnello Rajesh Athaide proposed the vote of thanks.
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