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Incredible Goa Magazine to host awards night

11th April 2018, 06:54 Hrs

the goan I network

PANAJI

Goa’s only society magazine called ‘Incredible Goa’ will host an awards night on April 21 to honour achievers in the fields of art, business, culinary, women empowerment, etc.  

Rajesh Ghadge, Founder Editor, Incredible Goa Magazine, said, “We will host an awards night from 7 pm to 11 pm on April 21 at Tito’s Goa.”  

It was further informed that the aim of the awards night is to honour and acknowledge achievers, especially those who have been underdogs but have contributed to the society without being acknowledged for their work.

Incredible Goa Magazine is organising the awards categories and nominations in close consultation with an esteemed panel of judges. The main award categories for the event are Women Empowerment, The Youth Achievers of Goa, Best Artists, The Trendsetters, Business Person of the Year, Hotelier of the Year, Innovation in Cuisines, Best Contribution – Films and Best Contribution – Fashion.

The awards night is going to be a huge affair as distinguished people from the fields of art, business, fashion, politics, and well-known faces from the performing arts industry are going to grace the occasion.

The Femina Miss India Contestant 2017 from Goa, Audrey D’Silva, will be the emcee for the awards night. A number of well-known music bands will also perform during the event.  

Ghadge said that the event is by invite only.  

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