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The challenges before Goa Tourism Development Corporation (GTDC) to compete on a global arena are immense. An overview of the organization and insights provided by Chairman Nilesh Cabral and important stakeholders – Ralph de Sousa and Jack Ajit Sukhija is the Cover Story of the October issue of Business Goa – Goa’s only business magazine. Jimmy Devasia’s painting depicting the ‘Anjuna Flea Market’ makes a stunning cover image. We also turn our focus to various college students who take up app development as part of their curriculum and fall short of converting it into a business opportunity. Noted architect, eco warrior and Goa Chapter head of Global Shapers, Tallulah D’Silva shares her experiences at the Geneva session of Shapers. We also profile Rasik Naik’s entrepreneurial venture – Finishing Touch, go on a field trip with Rozendo Mendonsa a.k.a. ‘Mr. Farmer’ to know more about this brand; and window shop at young designer Charlotte Oliveira Fernandes’ store, Orchids. Don’t forget to check out Qatar Duty Free with all that it has to offer. Clare Marchon e DeSouza is a self-made-woman and runs a profitable printing venture. Dr Balasubramani R of Manipal Hospitals shares his professional experiences. We also sample the oriental delights at Pan Asian Bowl. Check out the event pics of Manoj and Meghna Caculo’s maiden film premiere – Guru Purnima. Add to it, our insightful columns on business, a round-up of business action in the State. Don’t miss the October 2014 edition of Business Goa.

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