The techie yearned for freedom to implement his own technical strategies while experimenting with business models and new ideas, thus conceptualizing QuestionPro.
“The South Asian community has done extremely well. A lot of people from our community have nice homes and nice cars. I’m proud that my communityhas become so successful. What I like to see is our community starting to think about giving back to society a little more.”
Aman Sandhu, a registered dietician at Nutrition to You, points out that the common health problems seen amongst the South Asian community are diabetes and heart disease.
Asa Singh’s life is a saga with all the ups and downs of an epic. Starting from a wage of 25 cents an hour wages, his net worth is now measured in the billions but he maintains a humble view and emphasizes that his goals are not about being “big”. Asa Singh’s inspiring life journey continues as always to motivate people of all ages and backgrounds. His name and fame travel thousands of miles a day to reach thousands of hearts on the way.
As pioneers who have made a cultural, social and economic impact on Canadian society, Hari and Madhu Varshney are success stories who created new paths. These trailblazers came to Canada at a time when there weren’t many people of South Asian descent residing in this vast land, and through determination, perseverance and education, paved a road for not only themselves and family but also their community.
Bob Dhillon weaves his work, his life, his culture, his work, and everything else in between into an articulate yet historic story. Variously described as flamboyant, energetic, passionate, and driven – it is easy to ascertain that Bob is one of a kind. Bob, whose real name is Navjeet Singh Dhillon is the first Sikh billionaire.