Bid Ocean Increases Its Sustainability in Asia
As the world heats up in more ways that one and the future becomes increasingly uncertain, NAPC'S parent company, Bid Ocean, is planning ahead and shifting some of its operations to more sustainable regions.
One of the most sustainable countries on Earth is Bhutan and Bid Ocean has recently expanded its operations there into a larger office space and will be hiring and training additional people for data entry and a wide range of other activities.
Bhutan is the world's only carbon negative country and gets most all of its power from environmentally friendly hydro-power. The country does not suffer from the overpopulation that plagues its neighbors India, Nepal, Bangladesh. Nor does it have the political oppression of its northern neighbor, China.
While not perfect, Bhutan is developing rapidly in positive ways and has a very hopeful future.
To the west of Bhutan is India's progressive garden state of Sikkim, where Bid Ocean has just received approval to establish an operation from Shri. Ugen T Gyatso, Minister of Tourism, Civil Aviation, Commerce and Industries.
Bid Ocean is reportedly the second foreign company to be allowed to operate in Sikkim without a local partner.
Sikkim is India's only totally organic state and it is also the country's cleanest state. The capital city of Gangtok is considered to be the most desireable city in India due to its cleanliness, pristine environment and higher elevation to beat the heat.
Gangtok gets its power from multiple micro-hydro and has reliable fiber optic connectivity.
As Bid Ocean continues to expand its international footprint and publish more business opportunities in more countries around the world it will further expand its workforce in stable and sustainable locations with the highest quality labor and most reliable infrastructure.