CEO Rahim Motors attends 21 IAVE conference at Singapore
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, Jan 24: CEO, Rahim Group of Companies, Abdul Hamid Bhat, has become the first entrepreneur from Kashmir Valley invited to 21 IAVE World Volunteer Conference 2011 which began at Singapore today.
The three-day event will run in conjunction with the 10th anniversary of the UN International Year of Volunteers (IYV +10) and IAVE’s 40th anniversary.
Bhat told Greater Kashmir that he was the first Kashmiri entrepreneur to have been invited to such conference.
The Conference is hosted by Singapore’s National Volunteer & Philanthropy Center. In the tradition of recent IAVE conferences, an affiliated Youth Volunteer Conference was held on January 21 - 23.
In the spirit of highlighting the impact of volunteering on communities, the conference theme is ‘Volunteering to Change the World’.
“As this IYV +10 conference is to review the impact of volunteers since IYV and to assess what’s needed to move forward, it is time for the world volunteering community to seriously look into itself to see what we have achieved, where we have fallen short, and how we can organize ourselves better to impact societies and the world we live in more strategically and in tangible, felt ways,” reads the note of organizers.
It says through this conference, it is hoped that volunteer capital is truly recognized by governments, by businesses and by the not-for-profit sector itself for what it has to offer as an equal partner in building communities in a sustained manner.
Rahim Group of Companies is a Srinagar-based business enterprise. Since 1996 Rahim-Motors has provided quality automative services to Kashmir valley and surrounding locations.
Started with a "C" category Service Station, RAHIM has achieved a notable place in the field of automobile with best performance of its team it has got several promotions from Maruti Suzuki India Ltd. “We Started from a "C" category MASS (Maruti Authorised Service Station) with a small workshop and got promoted from "C" category to "B" Category ,"B" to "A" and "A" to MSM (Maruti Service Masters) and finally from MSM to MSZ(Maruti Service Zone),” said Bhat.
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