Deodat Indar reelected to 2nd term as GCCI president; promises renewed push for Guyanese businesses in O&G

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Deodat Indar was on Thursday reelected to serve a second term as President of the Georgetown Chamber of Commerce and Industry (GCCI).

The business group held its 128th Annual General Meeting at the Roraima Duke Lodge in Guyana’s capital Georgetown on March 29 where 21 Councilors were elected out of a total of 50 nominees. The Council held its first Statutory Meeting on Thursday, April 5, to elect from its body a new Executive Management Committee (EMC) for the year 2018/2019. The new EMC is composed of a President, Senior Vice-President, Junior Vice-President, Secretary and Treasurer.

Mr. Indar told OilNOW following the election of the new EMC that he will continue to focus heavily on the development of a robust local content framework that would allow Guyanese businesses to maximize benefits from the oil and gas industry. “I will continue to push heavily for Guyanese businesses to benefit from and capitalize on the growing opportunities in the country’s emerging oil and gas industry. GCCI looks forward to working closely with all stakeholders over the next year to ensure we are ready for first oil, and beyond.”

The 128th AGM was well attended by members of the business group which saw nominations at an all-time high.

GCCI in a statement on Thursday said the following members were elected as the new Executive Management Committee of the Chamber for the year 2018/2019;

No. Position Name Organisation
1 President Deodat Indar Sterling Products Limited
2 Senior Vice-President Nicholas Deygoo National Hardware (Guyana) Limited
3 Junior Vice-President Timothy Tucker Rid-O-Pes
4 Secretary Kester Hutson Dapper Technology
5 Treasurer Shanti Persaud Silvie’s Variety Store


In addition, the following members were elected on Thursday, March 29, 2018 as the new Council of the Chamber for the year 2018/2019.


No. Name Organisation
1 Kester Hutson Dapper Technology
2 Deodat Indar Sterling Products Ltd.
3 Nicholas Deygoo National Hardware (Guyana) Limited
4 Anije Lambert Project Development Consultancy
5 Shanti Persaud Silvie’s Variety Store
6 Timothy Tucker Rid-O-Pes
7 Doris Lewis The Gift Centre
8 Gerald Gouveia Jr. Roraima Airways Limited
9 Komal Ramnauth Kojac Marketing Agency
10 Christopher R. Ram Ram & McRae
11 Javed Khan Republic Bank Guyana Limited
12 Mark Singh Guyana Telephone & Telegraph Company Limited
13 Kerensa Gravesande El Dorado Offshore Guyana Inc.
14 Iman Khan Corum Distribution
15 Kaleshwar Puran Puran Bros. Disposal Inc.
16 Sean Ramrattan RRT Enterprise
17 Shaam Outtar A&S Enterprise
18 Derek Stoby Muneshwers Limited
19 Gavin Ramsoondar JR Ranch Inc.
20 Jamaal Douglas United Investment Trading
21 Navin Prashad M.P. Insurance Brokers & Consultants Limited


The new GCCI 21-member Council

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