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Dr. Prash CEO, Caleb and Brown Wins ‘The Young Executive of the Year – 2018’ awarded by IEC

Dr Prash CEO, Caleb and Brown has been awarded as the Young Executive of the Year 2018 by the IEC at Langham on 17th of November.

A psychiatrist by profession, Prash says making the transition to running a financial services brokerage was a huge leap and an ongoing steep learning curve. “But running a business, I have learnt is primarily still about people and with my background, people is something I understand and enjoy,” he says. Today, his company Caleb & Brown is among the largest cryptocurrency brokerage firms in Australia by both client numbers as well as trading volume.

About ICE Awards:
“The Indian Executive Club (IEC) started in 2011 after the successful launch of the Indian Executive Publication. It is an initiative of Narwee Media Pty Ltd and it’s vision is to support, recognise and profile the Small to Business Enterprises (SME’s) and Executives from the Growing Indian Diaspora in Australia. Over the last four years, IEC has received immense support from its platinum sponsor Pitcher Partners without whom this grand journey simply would not be the same. Pitcher Partners has truly partnered with IEC to believe in the cause of building bridges of business & development for the SMEs and Executives in Australia. To fulfill its vision since 2011, the IEC has continued to hold networking functions throughout the year so our members receive maximum networking opportunities, seek opportunities to collaborate with other organisations, participate actively in forums, discussion groups that supports IEC members” – Vinay Sharma, Chairman—IEC

Dr. Prash is the CEO at Caleb and Brown is available to guide new and seasoned investors.

About Dr. Prash P:
Prash is considered a thought leader in the philosophical and existential implications of this emerging technology and is a regular speaker at industry conferences.

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Crypto Education to the Masses

– Media release

We Are Teaming Up With Coincast TV

Caleb and Brown is proud to sponsor “Top Cryptocurrencies of the Week”  segment of Coincast TV, a show that promises to bring education, up to date market information and the latest news from the Cryptocurrency world to mainstream investors. It furthers our commitment to helping bridge the gap between traditional investors and the cryptocurrency markets.

“We look forward to the opportunity to work closely with Heidi Cuthbert and the production team to curate the content of our segment so that viewers only get the most up to date news on the best Cryptocurrencies to look out for each week”, said Dr Prash P, CEO Caleb and Brown.

The greater investment community has been waiting for an accessible and trusted news source about Cryptocurrencies. The show will be broadcast on Sky News Business and syndicated across Apple TV, The Wall St Journal and related social platforms, reaching an audience of almost 200 million viewers worldwide.

Coincast TV

The show will air weekly on Sky News Business in Australia at 7.30pm (EST) on Friday evenings, with several repeat episodes over the weekend.

The first show will go to air on Friday, 10 August 2018.
For more information, visit www.coincasttv.com.

Coincast TV executive producer Heidi Cuthbert, who brings her experience as a former Bloomberg Television anchor to the show, described the new program as ‘CNBC meets MTV’.

Ms. Cuthbert said:

“We have recruited a team of former business journalists from highly regarded media outlets such as Sky News and Bloomberg. While we are producing sponsored content, we will keep ultimate editorial control of the program”.

The list of other major sponsors along with Caleb and Brown includes CollinStar Capital, Japan-based ICO advisor CTIAb and Bitcoin Australia.

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Caleb & Brown to Take Part in Vinnies CEO Sleepout Fundraiser

Caleb & Brown’s CEO, Dr. Prash P, is set to participate in the annual Vinnies CEO Sleepout in Melbourne this year to raise funds for Australians experiencing homelessness.

The event’s Victorian iteration will be taking place on Thursday, June 21, and will see hundreds of CEOs, business owners, and community and government leaders camping out on one of the coldest nights of the year to support Australians experiencing homelessness.

“The event is underpinned by a peer-to-peer fundraising campaign, which culminates with participants sleeping on a piece of cardboard at the event and listening to the stories of real people who are experiencing poverty and homelessness,” states Ms Sue Cattermole, the CEO of Victoria’s St Vincent de Paul Society.

Dr. Prash will be one of 183 CEOs participating in the event, and is eager for the opportunity to raise awareness about the pressing issue of homelessness in Australia as well as the need to help organisations assisting disadvantaged people.

“My training as a doctor has seen me spend the better part of the last decade working in the public mental health system and as a direct result has made me face up to the dire straits of my many homeless patients,” states Dr. Prash.

“Their struggle was very real, painfully apparent and all around me. Thankfully organisations like Vinnies were always there with open arms to offer shelter and solace, but their good work can only stretch as far as the resources that we make available to them.”

The first CEO Sleepout took place in 2006 and has since grown into a major initiative that offers real solutions for disadvantaged Australians. Last year’s nation-wide events raised a massive 5.6 million dollars, with Vinnies hoping to make an even bigger impact in 2018.

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When you sponsor a team or CEO taking part in the Sleepout, your funds provide tangible support to people needing assistance nation-wide and help to break down the cycle of homelessness. Your donation will directly contribute to:

  • funding new Vinnies initiatives;
  • providing additional support for existing initiatives, such as food vans and emergency support;
  • expanding the reach of Vinnies services to ensure every Australian experiencing homelessness has access to shelter, meals, and emergency assistance.

According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics, over 116,000 Australians are currently experiencing homelessness. Shockingly, 60% are under 35, 44% are women, and 13% are under 12 years old. These statistics are alarming, but Dr. Prash believes that we can achieve major change by working together.

For example, $55 feeds a family for a day, $105 provides emergency accommodation for a family in crisis, $205 relocates a person sleeping on the streets to accommodation services, and $505 helps to pay rent for a family facing eviction.

If you want to help Caleb & Brown combat homelessness in Australia, head over to Dr. Prash’s fundraising page to learn more or make a donation. Otherwise, come and see the Sleepout in action on Thursday, June 21 at The University of Melbourne‘s Parkville campus inside the South Lawn Underground Carpark.

When it comes to supporting people in need, every little bit counts!