Posted on - Sep 30, 2017

Catherine Sas and Victor Ing sponsored a table and attended the Annual Diwali Gala put on by the BC India Business Network (BCIBN) on September 22, 2017. Catherine, who has been the president of BC-IBN for the past few years, welcomed the audience to the Gala and thanked everyone for being so engaged with the organization. “It’s wonderful to note that BC-IBN is growing from strength to strength, and we sincerely hope that more and more people would become members of our organization”

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Sas & Ing at the BC India Business Network (BC-IBN) Diwali Gala.
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