Bid Ocean In­creases Its Sus­tain­abil­ity in Asia

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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.

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