In our attempt to ‘give back’ to society, we as a firm do our bit by organizing a community service event each year. This year, we visited a school for underprivileged kids, hoping to add some cheer to their lives, and some value and humility to ours. The event was held on Saturday, July 23, 2011 and spearheaded by ‘Teach for India’ volunteers. Teach for India (TFI) is a nation-wide movement of leaders, who recruit top graduates and professionals, working to bridge the education gap. (For more information please visit www.teachforindia.org)
Archive for July, 2011
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We recognize and value that people are unique and multifaceted. We give people the freedom to contribute to the improvement of the organization. We encourage creativity and support enthusiasm.
- From the TresVista PACT
Born out of an idea, and sustained by its vision, this blog is the embodiment of a value that we hold in high regard as part our collective consciousness – the uniqueness of the individual. There is not a single article in the blog that does not stand testimony to this.
Conceived as a forum that sought to capture and preserve the diversity of ideas and opinions that find their way around our floor every day, going ‘Live’ was not always the obvious next step. But as we grow together as a firm, and with the increasing depth of our experience, we are emboldened to reach out to a larger audience with what we have to say.
They say that it takes all kinds to make a world, and for those who haven’t been here before, this blog is a reflection of the vibrancy and creativity of the mosaic that is TresVista. Whether you be one of our own; or just an interested reader – here you may find a point of view, unique in its own right, and unfettered by convention – that offers a perspective on the broader world that is not limited to just what we do.
Revamped, redesigned, and reinvigorated.
Welcome to the new TresVista Blog.
Suggested Reading. A selection of posts from among the blog’s many memorable articles –
Feel free to link to your own favorites in the comments section.