published work

The Omni-Channel Customer Engagement Solutions Provider: Etech

– By Dilip Barot, Founder, Creative Choice Group Etech is an Omni-Channel customer engagement solutions provider for some of the world’s leading and most respected brands. The experience Etech has gained across a wide range of business verticals, allows it to continuously deliver exceptional, personal customer experiences. Etech’s innovative technology solutions and experienced leaders understand your business needs and recognize the strategic insights your brand needs to drive results. Etech is a true Omni-Channel solutions provider. In addition to traditional contact centre solutions s...
Read More

Desh-Videsh-Building Bridge between Indian and USA

– By Dilip Barot, Founder, Creative Choice Group Recently, Desh-Videsh sat down with Dilip Barot. A successful businessman, Mr.Dilip Barot’s latest venture is an oceanfront resort, and he resides in Palm Beach, FL. He has extensive hands-on experience in development, investment and management of over 7,000 residences over the past 12 years. His success has been published in national and international publications such as Forbes magazine, “Imported Entrepreneurs”, Reader’s Digest, “Keepers of the Dream.”  The U.S. Chamber of Commerce chose him as a Finalist for the 2004 Corporate Stewardship...
Read More

NY & CNN

Amrit Resort & Residences and Four Seasons Ocean Residences By NICK KAYE Published: July 6, 2007 DETAILS Singer Island, on the east coast of Florida less than 10 miles north of Palm Beach, is separated from the mainland by the Lake Worth Lagoon, a section of the Intracoastal Waterway. Read More… Bringing the spa experience home POSTED: 1458 GMT (2258 HKT), October 18, 2006 By Julie Clothier for CNN (CNN) -- Between his day job as a venture capitalist and as a father of 10 and 12-year-old children, Ravi Ugale fits the odd yoga class into his schedule when he can. Read More…
Read More

Imported Entrepreneurs

They're not on the Best 200 list and may never get there, but these three immigrants have shown that America is still the land of opportunity. Conventional wisdom has it that you can't make money running public housing projects, that ghetto businesses are more headache than they are worth and that small farmers are doomed. If the three immigrant entrepreneurs whose stories follow thought that way, they wouldn't have been able to build the thriving businesses that they have. There was something in their experience that enabled them to see opportunity where no one else could. And, of cours...
Read More