The ideals of March

By Our Reporter
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This March isn’t like any other at The Indian Sun, it’s extra special as it marks the beginning of yet another journey for the company. This inaugural edition, which will launch on 25 March, will highlight passionate entrepreneurs, leaders, and professionals from the Indian diaspora who have fought long and hard to make a mark in their businesses and vocations.

While the narratives follow different paths, the stories of all the protagonists here begin the same way—their sights set on the ultimate goal of being “successful”. Most of the entrepreneurs featured in the issue moved to Australia in their late 20s and early 30s, to kickstart their business dreams, almost always with little or no capital. And the best part about all these stories? Well, they all have happy endings.

The first Melbourne edition of Who’s Who was launched in 2013 by Kiran Bedi, a retired Indian Police Service officer, social activist, and politician, and currently the Lieutenant Governor of Puducherry, at the prestigious annual Indian Executive Club Awards. The IEC journey in Victoria has been a successful endeavour by the The Indian Sun, and we believe Sydney will be the same.

Mark Strathern, the Director of e-Commerce at Western Union for Asia Pacific, will launch the Sydney edition of the Who’s Who at the Madison Function Centre as well as deliver the keynote address.

March marks another interesting beginning for us—the launch of the Adelaide edition of The Indian Sun. Adelaide, the capital city of the state of South Australia, the fifth-most populous city of Australia, is increasingly becoming home to more and more members of the Indian diaspora who seems to love the mix of culture and opportunity that the city offers.

An event or a publication is only the beginning of a story for us. We hope to keep the narrative as interesting, diverse and relevant as we have with our other editions.

 

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