Connecting Businesses with Opportunities in India


April, 1. 2020

Hello Friends:

As we all are going through unprecedented times of our lifetime with the recent public health crisis and pandemic in the world, it is very difficult for us to stay focused, positive and safe while following staying home or social distancing recommendations. The hard working families are losing jobs and businesses are significantly impacted across the board.

We wish you all to stay safe and healthy during this difficult time and together, we will win this battle and come out the strongest and have a normal life in upcoming months.

To assist you all in getting slightly more acclimated with the current normal, GOPIO Central Jersey would like to invite you to a complimentary webinar, via Zoom, with Neel & Pinky Shah, as follows:

  • Topic: Taking Control in a Corona Virus World
  • Date: Thursday, April 2, 2020 @ 08:00 PM, EST (US and Canada).

Please register for GOPIO CJ Webinar via the following link at

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

GOPIO CJ team is looking forward to see you all (virtually) at this informative webinar which will include some tips on staying healthy, managing your mindset, filing taxes, managing legal and financial matters during these difficult times. Neel and Pinky Shah will provide some valuable information and also can address your questions and concerns.

Thank You,
Dr. Tushar B. Patel, President
GOPIO Central Jersey Executive Committee

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