SOUTH BURLINGTON, VTiTech US, Inc. (iTech), a Vermont based company that specializes in Software Services and Application Development, has been named by the US Pan Asian American Chamber of Commerce Education Foundation (USPAACC-EF) as one of its 50 Fastest-Growing Asian American Businesses. The official announcement will be made during the 23rd Anniversary CelebrAsian Annual National Business Opportunity Conference 08, on May 27-29 at the Hilton Washington hotel in Washington, DC. A special presentation will take place at The White House on May 28, and at the Excellence Awards Gala Dinner at the Hilton Washington the same evening. All of us at iTech are honored to receive this recognition from the USPAACC, the White House and our congressional leaders, said Kishore Khandavalli, the CEO of iTech. The growth has come from our ability to hire and retain good, high quality people. This recognition really validates the hard work and successes that weve had as a company We congratulate our 50 Fastest-Growing Asian American Businesses for generating robust growth over the yearsyet another indicator that through innovation, hard work and ingenuity, Asian Americans are at the forefront as engines of growth in our national economy, said USPAACC-EF National President & CEO Susan Au Allen. To qualify for the ranking, companies must be owned by one or more Asian Americans (at least 51% ownership), among other eligibility criteria. Based on percentage revenue growth over three years, selection was determined through direct applications and nominations. All finalists and winners were independently verified by the accounting and consulting firm of BDO Seidman, LLP.The Conference connects the largest number of Asian American suppliers with buyers from Fortune 500 corporations, the Federal government and small/minority-owned business community. Through pre-scheduled one-on-one matchmaking meetings, participants learn about contract opportunities in the era of globalization and outsourcing, different procurement trends and requirements to enhance competitiveness in the marketplace.
Loading… The game between Juve and Milan had been scheduled to be played in a partially closed Allianz Stadium on Wednesday, with fans from the region of Lombardy — the epicentre of the outbreak in Italy — banned from attending.However, Lega Serie A, who organises the Coppa, confirmed on Tuesday that the game will now be played at an undetermined date. The first leg ended 1-1.Napoli’s clash with Inter was due to be played on Thursday but regional authorities ordered a postponement on Wednesday. There is no date in place for the game to be played. Napoli lead 1-0 from the first meeting.Ten Serie A matches throughout northern Italy have also been postponed over the past two weekends.Italy’s special coronavirus commissioner Angelo Borelli confirmed on Tuesday that the death toll from the virus in the country has risen to 79, while there have been 2,502 confirmed cases. Read Also: Victor Moses suffers injury setback, set to miss Inter’s matchesThe decision to postpone Juve-Milan came hours after Spain’s health minister announced that Valencia’s home Champions League round-of-16 second-leg clash with Italian side Atalanta — who are located in Lombardy — would be played behind closed doors due to fears over the virus.Inter will also face Getafe in their Europa League round-of-32 second leg in Spain behind closed doors.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Promoted Content7 Black Hole Facts That Will Change Your View Of The UniverseWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?A Guy Turns Gray Walls And Simple Bricks Into Works Of ArtThe Highest Paid Football Players In The WorldBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For ThemA Soviet Shot Put Thrower’s Record Hasn’t Been Beaten To This Day7 Reasons It’s Better To Be A Vegan12 Flicks That Almost Ended Their Stars’ Careers10 Risky Jobs Some Women DoThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read More8 Addictive And Fun Coffee Facts7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend Better The Coppa Italia semifinal second-leg matches between Juventus and AC Milan in Turin and Napoli-Inter Milan in Naples have been postponed indefinitely due to the coronavirus outbreak in Italy, Serie A have announced.Advertisement
The Celtics are one of the most talented teams in the Eastern Conference, they just have some work to do to prove just how good they are.Owner Wyc Grousbeck is hoping the team will find a way to put it all together when the postseason starts April 14. Marcus Smart sees ‘great progress’ despite Celtics still losing Every game is important at this point, and while it is late in the year, Friday’s game is especially so.”These aren’t throwaway games anymore,” Grousbeck said. “These are really important games. So it starts (Friday) night. We’re in a new phase of the season.“I’m going to watch the playoffs, I’m going to root hard for us to go as far as we can possibly go and then we’ll all collect our thoughts in June and decide what to do next.” But it’s also true that Boston is incredibly tough to beat when it plays well. The Celtics have big wins over good teams throughout the year and can clearly beat anyone on any given night.However, they also have some bad losses and have frustrated fans throughout the year.The good moments, though, have Grousbeck feeling like this team could make a run and it would be hard to argue that it’s possible.”We have not played at an elite level this year,” Grousbeck said. “We have to admit that at the moment. We’re in fifth place in the East.“It’d be great to take that step now, or we’ll try to take it next year if we have to. But what I’m seeing, with the playoffs around the corner, I’m going to go into the playoffs with good energy and optimism and seeing what happens.”The Celtics sit one game back of the Pacers and 3 1/2 back of the 76ers. They have officially locked up a playoff spot, and a win over Indiana on Friday would give Boston both a tie for fourth and a 2-1 lead in the regular-season series against the Pacers with one more game left to play. “I like watching this team,” Grousbeck told the Boston Globe in an interview published Thursday. “When we’re hitting on all cylinders, we’re a dangerous team. So I’m hopeful that we can find that place starting (Friday) night (against the Pacers).”It’s undeniable that the Celtics have been somewhat of a disappointment this season. One year after winning 55 games and finishing second in the East, Boston sits in fifth this season and can win no more than 51 despite mostly healthy years from Kyrie Irving and Gordon Hayward. Related News