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HTL Aircon Pvt. Ltd.: Symbolizing the next wave of the HVAC Industry

Turning Challenges into solutions HTL Aircon Pvt. Ltd.: Symbolizing the next wave of the HVAC Industry A matured economic growth, scaling urbanization, expansion of commercial &residential space, and rapid transit systems such as metro rail networks have led to an incremental demand for HVAC systems across the country. Since its awakening, the HVAC (Heating, ventilation, and air conditioning) market has been of substance in building sustainable and efficient infrastructures. Furthermore, a new volume of green…

BucketList Dreams: Addressing growing lifestyle care demands with a vision to promote healthy living

BucketList Dreams: Addressing growing lifestyle care demands with a vision to promote healthy living Economic advancement across the world has led to a high rate of lifestyle changes leading to the cultivated a new crop of disease- Lifestyle diseases, often labeled as “diseases of civilization”. With our tamed and sedentary routineand inadequate health systems, we are creating a favorable platform for the growth of these diseases. Health problems have shifted from infectious diseases to chronic diseases like heart attack,…

Digital Art VRe aims to make different places, environments more accessible to masses eyes Tourism, Entertainment and Education sectors

Digital Art VRe aims to make different places, environments more accessible to masses eyes Tourism, Entertainment and Education sectors The CEO Magazine ●New Delhi  Digital Art VRe is a Virtual Reality venture that was formed in 2015 with the goal of generating quality VR content (documented and authentic, both) for application in various verticals of tourism, education, marketing, film and entertainment. Digital Art VRe produces original Virtual Reality content in the form of videos, simulations as well as film and caters…

My Wish list for Budget 2015: A Salaried Man

Dear Shri Arun Jaitley, Hope my letter would find you in the best of health and spirit. Since I am a law abiding, taxpaying citizen, please do not burden me with heavy taxes. We salaried classes have taken the maximum impact while my wealthy businessman neighbors or the local politician I meet after every five years have been multiplying their wealth exponentially.  I do not fancy Audis and BMWs, but please make sure I can buy a Maruti Swift for my family after working hard for over two decades. I have been told you are a…