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  • 10/23/2018 7:54 AM | Indian American Chamber of Commerce (Administrator)

    Orlando, FL – October 22, 2018 The Indian American Chamber of Commerce (IACC) brought together volunteers on October 14th to help feed thousands of children at the chamber’s fourth annual 2018 Gandhi Day of Service.  Volunteers teamed up to package 40 thousand meals to help feed children in need.  The Gandhi Day of Service was held this year at Orlando City Stadium. 

     

    The IACC rounded up 140 volunteers to take part in the community service event.  The chamber surpassed last year’s numbers and was able to package 40 thousand meals to assist the Feed the Children relief organization.

     

    The IACC joined the Central Florida Association of Physicians from the Indian Subcontinent, CAPI, to provide volunteers for the community service project.  The IACC and CAPI partnered with Feeding Children Everywhere, to make a difference in children’s lives.

     

    We should endeavor to be the change we wish to see in the world. (Gandhi 1913) “Our members worked hand in hand with other volunteers, at the 2018 Gandhi Day of Service.  This project made a difference in the lives of thousands of children at the most basic level, by making sure they have food,” said Yog Melwani, IACC President. 

     

    The IACC is a strong Chamber of Commerce with a growing membership, dedicated to expanding the “reach” of its members’ businesses.  Together, the IACC and its members are committed to community service, to assisting charitable groups and to increasing trade between the United States and India.

     

    The Indian American Chamber of Commerce (IACC) is focused on “Connecting People and Fostering Business”.  The IACC is widely recognized as the business organization for the Asian Indian community, as well as other individuals and corporations who currently, or in the future, would like to do business with Asian Indians in Central Florida or in India. The IACC is a not for profit 501 (c) (6) organization.  Visit www.IACCOrlando.com for more information.


  • 10/10/2018 9:18 AM | Indian American Chamber of Commerce (Administrator)

    Orlando, FL – October 10, 2018 The Indian American Chamber of Commerce (IACC) will bring together volunteers to help feed thousands of children in need during this weekend’s 2018 Gandhi Day of Service.  Volunteers will package more than 40 thousand meals to help feed children in need.  The Gandhi Day of Service will be held Sunday, October 14, 2018 at Orlando City Stadium, located at 655 West Church Street, Orlando, FL 32805.  Registration for the event begins at 9 AM.

     

    IACC is teaming up with the Central Florida Association of Physicians from the Indian Subcontinent, CAPI, to provide volunteers for this community service project.  IACC and CAPI are partnering with Feeding Children Everywhere to make a difference in children’s lives.  Individuals or teams who want to take part in this project can register for the Gandhi Day of Service at www.IACCOrlando.com .  This is the fourth year for the Gandhi Day of Service, hosted by the IACC.

     

    “Gandhi taught us to be the change you wish to see in the world,” said Yog Melwani, IACC President.  “Our members will join other volunteers at the 2018 Gandhi Day of Service to make a difference in the lives of thousands of children at the most basic level, by making sure they have food.”

     

    The IACC is a strong Chamber of Commerce with a growing membership, dedicated to expanding the “reach” of its members’ businesses.  Together, the IACC and its members are committed to community service, to assisting charitable groups and to increasing trade between the United States and India.

     

    The Indian American Chamber of Commerce (IACC) is focused on “Connecting People and Fostering Business”.  The IACC represents over a billion dollars in economic activity, and it is widely recognized as the business organization for the Asian Indian community, as well as other individuals and corporations who currently, or in the future, would like to do business with Asian Indians in Central Florida or in India. The IACC is a not for profit 501 (c)(6) organization.  Visit www.IACCOrlando.com for more information.


  • 10/01/2018 10:57 AM | Indian American Chamber of Commerce (Administrator)

    On Saturday, October 6th, the Indian American Chamber of Commerce- Orlando (IACC) will participate in the 2018 Walk to End Alzheimer's at Lake Eola.  This is the first year IACC has formed a team to advocate for a healthcare cause.  "IACC recognizes that brain health has numerous health care ramifications on our society.  We want to take the initiative to encourage our members to adopt healthy habits that include diet, exercise, and social engagement, while elevating Alzheimer's awareness," said Mr. Yog Melwani, IACC President. 

     The 2018 Walk to End Alzheimer's is an annual event, which is held in more than 600 communities throughout the United States.  According to the Alzheimer's Association, there are more than one half million Floridians diagnosed with Alzheimer's and 5.7 million Americans are living with this disease.  Every 65 seconds, someone in the United States develops this disease.  

     Mr. Melwani believes, "The time is now to highlight this disease, which does not have any cultural barriers.  I read an article recently that indicated in India, there are more than four million individuals diagnosed with this disease.  The effects of this disease are now being felt here in our Central Florida community.  It is up to us to take action now.”

    During the evening of September 22nd, the Alzheimer's Association was awarded $1,000 at the IACC- Orlando Annual Awards Gala for programs to support caregivers, educational resources and programs that assist Alzheimer's patients to express themselves via art programs. 

     The Indian American Chamber of Commerce (IACC) is focused on “Connecting People and Fostering Business”.  The IACC represents over a billion dollars in economic activity, and it is widely recognized as the business organization for the Asian Indian community, as well as other individuals and corporations who currently, or in the future, would like to do business with Asian Indians in Central Florida or in India. The IACC is a not for profit 501 (c)(6) organization.  Visit www.IACCOrlando.com for more information.


  • 09/04/2018 12:20 PM | Indian American Chamber of Commerce (Administrator)

    Khaas Bhaat  September Issue

    The Indian American Chamber of Commerce- Orlando (IACC) will hold its 9th Annual Awards Gala on Saturday, Sept. 22, at the all-new Intermodal Terminal Facility at Orlando International Airport. The keynote Speaker is Dr. Dale Whittaker, new president for the University of Central Florida. The IACC- Orlando will show its support for the local chapter of the Alzheimer's Association at the gala.

    The IACC will honor Central Florida award winners at this year's gala in the following categories: Entrepreneur of the Year, Community Service of the Year, Female Business Professional of the Year and Male Business Professional of the Year.

    The 9th Annual Awards Gala will remind attendees that the IACC is taking a leading role in fostering business opportunities for entrepreneurs in Central Florida, from the IACC annual India Day at the Orlando Magic, to events like the Smart and Sustainable Cities Collaborative.

    “Our 9th Annual Awards Gala will recognize the accomplishments of outstanding business leaders. We want everyone in our community to know who is making a difference in Central Florida,” said Yog Melwani, IACC president. “Entrepreneurs, who deliver superior services and results, drive innovation. That in turn creates jobs and more prosperity in our community.”

    The event begins at 6:30 p.m. at the Intermodal Terminal Facility, Orlando International Airport, 1 Jeff Fuqua Blvd., and features a cocktail reception, dinner, entertainment.

    Visit www.IACCOrlando.com for information.



  • 08/20/2018 4:27 PM | Indian American Chamber of Commerce (Administrator)

    Orlando, FL – August 20, 2018 The Indian American Chamber of Commerce- Orlando (IACC) announces its 9th Annual Awards Gala will be held Saturday, September 22nd at the brand new Intermodal Terminal Facility at Orlando International Airport.  The 9th Annual Awards Gala is a “cannot miss it” opportunity to make connections with some of the most influential business leaders in Central Florida.  


    This year's Keynote Speaker is Dr. Dale Whittaker, the new President for the University of Central Florida. The IACC- Orlando will show its support at the 2018 gala for the local chapter of the Alzheimer's Assocation.


    The IACC will honor Central Florida award winners at this year's gala in the following categories: 

     

    Entrepreneur of the Year

    Community Service of the Year

    Female Business Professional of the Year

    Male Business Professional of the Year

     

    This year’s event will be held at a new location, the brand new Intermodal Terminal Facility at Orlando International Airport, located at 1 Jeff Fuqua Blvd, Orlando, FL 32827.  The celebration on Saturday, September 22, 2018 will begin at 6:30 PM. The evening will feature a Cocktail Reception with Hors d'oeuvres, Dinner, Entertainment and the Awards Presentations.  


    BB&T is the Title Sponsor for this year's gala.  The Presenting Sponsors are City National Bank and Orlando Health. The Cocktail Reception Sponsor is Sharma Eminent Domain Lawyers.  The Entertainment Sponsor is Marchena and Graham P.A.


    The 9th Annual Awards Gala will remind attendees that the IACC is taking a leading role in fostering business opportunities for entrepreneurs in Central Florida, from the IACC annual India Day at the Orlando Magic, to innovative events like the    Smart   and    Sustainable Cities Collaborative.

     

    “Our 9th Annual Awards Gala will recognize the accomplishments of outstanding business leaders.  We want everyone in our community to know who is making a difference in Central Florida,” said Yog Melwani, IACC President.  “Entrepreneurs, who deliver superior services and results, drive innovation.  That in turn creates jobs and more prosperity in our community.”

     

    The IACC is a strong Chamber of Commerce with a growing membership, dedicated to expanding the “reach” of its members’ businesses.  The IACC is listed as one of Central Florida’s top 25 Chambers of Commerce in the 2018 Book of Lists, published by the Orlando Business Journal.    Together, the IACC and its members are committed to community service, to assisting charitable groups and to increasing trade between the United States and India.

     

    The Indian American Chamber of Commerce (IACC) is focused on “Connecting People and Fostering Business”.  The IACC represents over a billion dollars in economic activity, and it is widely recognized as the business organization for the Asian Indian community, as well as other individuals and corporations who currently, or in the future, would like to do business with Asian Indians in Central Florida or in India. The IACC is a not for profit 501 (c)(6) organization.  Visit www.IACCOrlando.com for more information.




  • 08/10/2018 7:59 AM | Indian American Chamber of Commerce (Administrator)

    Orlando FL – August 10, 2018   Orlando area business leaders will join The Indian American Chamber of Commerce- Orlando to end the summer with a powerhouse networking event.  The 3rd Annual IACC/CAPI Business After Hours (BAH) will take place on Wednesday, August 15th.  The IACC is teaming up with the Central Florida Association of Physicians from the Indian Subcontinent, (CAPI), to host this networking event. Orlando Health is sponsoring the event.

     

    The 3rd Annual IACC/CAPI Business After Hours will be held at Dr. Phillips Hospital, located at 9400 Turkey Lake Road in Orlando.  The event will run from 6 PM to 8 PM.  Entrepreneurs will discuss business trends in Central Florida and new opportunities, during the second half of 2018. 

     

    “The 3rd Annual IACC/CAPI BAH is truly a powerhouse networking event.  Some of the most successful medical professionals in Central Florida will attend,” said Mr. Yog Melwani, IACC President.  “Our thanks to Orlando Health and other chamber supporters for their partnership on this event to help business owners build momentum through the rest of 2018.”

     

    The IACC is a strong Chamber of Commerce with a growing membership.  The IACC is listed as one of Central Florida’s top 25 Chambers of Commerce in the 2018 Book of Lists, published by the Orlando Business Journal.    The IACC is dedicated to expanding the “reach” of its members’ businesses.  Together, The IACC and its members are committed to community service, assisting charitable groups and increasing trade between the United States and India.  

     

    The Indian American Chamber of Commerce (IACC) is focused on “Connecting People and Fostering Business”.  The IACC represents over a billion dollars in economic activity, and it is widely recognized as the business organization for the Asian Indian community, as well as other individuals and corporations who currently, or in the future, would like to do business with Asian Indians in Central Florida or in India. The IACC is a not for profit 501 (c)(6) organization.  Visit www.IACCOrlando.com for more information.




  • 08/08/2018 8:00 AM | Indian American Chamber of Commerce (Administrator)

    http://www.khaasbaat.com/aug2018/news.htm

    The Indian American Chamber of Commerce-Orlando (IACC) is accepting nominations for awards recipients, for its ninth annual awards gala, Saturday, Sept. 22, at the Hyatt Regency Orlando International Airport. This is a “cannot miss it” opportunity to make connections with some of the most influential business leaders in Central Florida.

    The IACC is accepting nominations until Aug. 22 in the following categories: Entrepreneur of the Year, Community Service of the Year, Female Business Professional of the Year and Male Business Professional of the Year.

    The gala starting at 6:30 p.m. will be at a new location, the Hyatt Regency Orlando International Airport, 9300 Jeff Fuqua Blvd. It will feature a cocktail reception with hors d'oeuvres, dinner, entertainment and awards presentations.

    “Our ninth annual awards gala will recognize the accomplishments of outstanding business leaders. We want everyone in our community to know who is making a difference in Central Florida,” said Yog Melwani, IACC president. “Entrepreneurs, who deliver superior services and results, drive innovation. That in turn creates jobs and more prosperity in our community.”

    For more information, visit www.IACCOrlando.com



  • 07/16/2018 1:58 PM | Indian American Chamber of Commerce (Administrator)

    The IACC-Orlando(CAPI), to host this networking event. 

    The Membership Appreciation BAH will be held at 310 Lakeside, located at 301 East Pine Street, in downtown Orlando.  The event will run from 6 PM to 8 PM.  Attendees will discuss business trends and new opportunities, as we head into the second half of 2018. 


    “The Membership Appreciation BAH is our way of thanking our members, which include sponsors and a variety of businesspersons, who create jobs and help grow our economy.  We want them to know the chamber is here to support them throughout the year,” said Mr. Yog Melwani, IACC President.

     

    The IACC is a strong Chamber of Commerce with a growing membership.  The IACC is dedicated to expanding the “reach” of its members’ businesses.  Together, The IACC and its members are committed to community service, assisting charitable groups and increasing trade between the United States and India.  

     

    The Indian American Chamber of Commerce (IACC) is focused on “Connecting People and Fostering Business”.  The IACC represents over a billion dollars in economic activity, and it is widely recognized as the business organization for the Asian Indian community, as well as other individuals and corporations who currently, or in the future, would like to do business with Asian Indians in Central Florida or in India. The IACC is a not for profit 501 (c)(6) organization.  Visit www.IACCOrlando.com for more information.



  • 07/10/2018 11:06 AM | Indian American Chamber of Commerce (Administrator)

    Orlando, FL – July 10, 2018 The Indian American Chamber of Commerce- Orlando (IACC) is now accepting nominations for awards recipients, for its 9th Annual Awards Gala, to be held Saturday, September 22nd at the Hyatt Regency Orlando International Airport.  The 9th Annual Awards Gala is a “cannot miss it” opportunity to make connections with some of the most influential business leaders in Central Florida.

     

    The IACC is accepting nominations until August 22, 2018, in the following categories: 

     

    Entrepreneur of the Year

    Community Service of the Year

    Female Business Professional of the Year

    Male Business Professional of the Year

     

    This year’s gala will be held at a new location, the Hyatt Regency Orlando International Airport, located at 9300 Jeff Fuqua Blvd, Orlando, FL 32827.  The event on Saturday, September 22, 2018 will begin at 6:30 PM. The evening will feature a Cocktail Reception with Hors d'oeuvres, Dinner, Entertainment and the Awards Presentations.

     

    The 9th Annual Awards Gala will remind attendees that the IACC is taking a leading role in fostering business opportunities for entrepreneurs in Central Florida, from the IACC annual India Day at the Orlando Magic, to innovative events like the    Smart   and    Sustainable Cities Collaborative.

     

    “Our 9th Annual Awards Gala will recognize the accomplishments of outstanding business leaders.  We want everyone in our community to know who is making a difference in Central Florida,” said Yog Melwani, IACC President.  “Entrepreneurs, who deliver superior services and results, drive innovation.  That in turn creates jobs and more prosperity in our community.”

     

    The IACC is a strong Chamber of Commerce with a growing membership, dedicated to expanding the “reach” of its members’ businesses.  Together, the IACC and its members are committed to community service, to assisting charitable groups and to increasing trade between the United States and India.

     

    The Indian American Chamber of Commerce (IACC) is focused on “Connecting People and Fostering Business”.  The IACC represents over a billion dollars in economic activity, and it is widely recognized as the business organization for the Asian Indian community, as well as other individuals and corporations who currently, or in the future, would like to do business with Asian Indians in Central Florida or in India. The IACC is a not for profit 501 (c)(6) organization.  Visit www.IACCOrlando.com for more information.



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