About Us

Indo-American promotion Inc.
Indo-American promotion Inc. is a non-profit organization founded in 2004 by Mr. Andy Keshav Shenoy, who currently holds the position of the President of this organization. Indo-American Promotion Inc. is aimed at development of economic and cultural ties between India and the State of New York. The organization endeavors are to foster better relationship between various businesses and help to create a better understanding between New York State and India through businesses and joint ventures, networking opportunities, training, internship and mentor programs for small companies and youth. The role of Indo-American Promotion was casting in arranging the meeting between the former Prime Minister of India Mr. Atal Bihari Vajpayee and the former Governor of New York State Mr. George Pataki

About Andy Keshav Shenoy

Personal Profile

ANDY SHENOY

Tel.: 212-869-5455
Fax: 212-869-5432
E-mail: andyshenoy@indoamericanpro.com
www.indoamericanpro.com

Andy Keshav Shenoy, being the CEO of the organization, is the main person responsible for the success of Trivision Group Inc. Trivision Group Inc. is a fast growing IT company that provides innovative technological solutions. Furthermore, he is an active Director on the Board for The United Nations (UN) Development Corp. Mr. Shenoy holds several degrees in Business Management, Economics, History and Psychology. New York Magazine announced him as one of the most influential people in politics. He also had the privilege of arranging several community meetings with Mayor Michael Bloomberg.

Throughout his career Mr. Shenoy has served New York State on bi-partisan basis and helped advance the administration’s agenda. Mr. Shenoy has been politically active for over two decades, and he is credited for arranging several important meetings for Indian and South Asian communities with New York Governors, New York City Mayors, as well as State Legislative leaders. He has had the pleasure of serving Governor Andrew Cuomo on his Transition Team. Mr. Shenoy’s reputation and credibility among Federal and State political leaders in India is well known. He helped to facilitate trade missions of Indian political and business leaders to the State of New York.

Actively involved in political life, in June 2015 he successfully coordinated the meeting between Chief Minister of Maharashtra Devendra Fadnavis and the Governor of New Jersey, Chris Christie to discuss Bilateral and Trade Mission. During the General Assembly of the United Nations, Mr. Shenoy had the privilege to organize the meeting between the Prime Minister of India Honorable Narendra Modi and the Governor of New Jersey Chris Christie.

Mr. Shenoy was an advisor to Governor George Pataki on South Asian Affairs, who appointed him on the Board of Battery Park Authority. In 2009, Governor David Patterson appointed Mr. Shenoy to be on the Advisory Board of Tourism to serve the people of New York State.

Mr. Shenoy was instrumental in arranging the meeting between Indian Ambassador to the United States Mr. Ronen Sen and Governor George Pataki along with other US senators, and a similar meeting with Governor David Patterson in 2007 to discuss and support nuclear deal between India and the United States.
In 2006, Mr. Shenoy went on a Trade and Commerce Mission to India to promote bilateral trade relations between India and the United States. He accompanied Mr. Frank Levin Under Secretary of Commerce & Industry for International Trade for United States.

In 2005, Mr. Shenoy received a Governor’s Award of Excellence for his significant contributions to the social, economic and cultural development of New York State and the Nation.

Starting in 2003, Mr. Shenoy has been working to promote the development of economic ties between India and the State of New York. In September of the same year, he was responsible for facilitating the meeting between the Prime Minister of India Honorable Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee and New York Governor George E. Pataki. Under Mr. Shenoy’s leadership, Randy Daniel Secretary of State for the State of NY and other top political and business leaders visited India to prepare the subsequent visit of New York State Governor George Pataki to further the bilateral trade negotiations with India.