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WATCH: Darpan Legacy Talk with Hari Varshney of Varshney Capital Corporation

Darpan News Desk Darpan, 24 Sep, 2021 02:21 PM
  • WATCH: Darpan Legacy Talk with Hari Varshney of Varshney Capital Corporation

WATCH: Hari Varshney a Principal of Varshney Capital Corporation. Hari Varshney received the Advancing Philanthropy Award at the inaugral DARPAN AWARDS in 2010. Listen to his experience winning the Darpan Advancing Philanthropy Award, and his wonderful message which is a life lesson for everyone during these pandemic times.

A long-time supporter of UBC and many important charitable causes in B.C., Varshney’s philanthropy is evident in his remarkable service to the community over the past 25 years.

He is a valued volunteer with a long term relationship with St. Paul's Hospital Foundation and a member of the Campaign Executive Committee. 

He is a director of Canada India Village Aid Association (CIVA), College of Denturists of BC, and the Indo-Canada Chamber of Commerce (B.C.).

He has been in the venture capital business since 1985, and during this period has been a director and/or officer of many North American public companies – in the process playing a pivotal role in British Columbia’s dynamic and growing economy. He has fostered companies in industries ranging from technology to modular buildings to mineral exploration.

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