@ Vikash Sharma | Sr Journalist
The World Sikh Chamber of Commerce (WSCC), a non-profit organization comprising a cross-section of Sikh entrepreneurs, professionals, Industrialists, and business owners.
We grow their business through facilitating them via virtual and physical Networking.
Dr.Parmeet Singh Chadha, President and Founder World Sikh Chamber of commerce (WSCC) has a vision to impart knowledge, skills, and overall education involved in business growth to each and every member of the organization and Community.
Above all, we are having concern about their stops in their businesses. So we are organizing regular training and development sessions every Friday. These sessions are coordinated and conducted by our Dy. Director S.Kuljeet Singh Marwah under the guidance and Leadership of our founder & President Dr.Parmeet Singh Chadha & our Director S.Jasmeet Singh Chandok.
This is the session where we are inviting our industry experts to share their insights and experiences on different subjects. These Subjects vary from personal to outside business growth opportunities. World Sikh Chamber of Commerce is strongly aligned with the core objective to help in the growth of the economy and nation-building.
This session is conducted for one hour on zoom with a live telecast on YouTube. Being on zoom our global members are able to attend globally, they may be in America, Canada, New Zealand, Australia, Dubai, UK, Iran or Different cities across India.
These sessions are always interactive where members are welcome to ask and address their concerns. That’s not the end here people have Opportunity to connect with the speaker personally after the session as well. So, in turn, there is a strong belief of growth of their business. These sessions are conducted on the basis of the demand of the time & fellow members at global presence. Those who missed the session due to their prior commitments can attend and see on the youtube channel afterwords.
The non-profit organization works on the value of ‘Sarbat da Bhala’, which means “May everyone prosper” or “Blessings for all” so they consider business opportunities for all and overall development of the society.