Digital Technology Incorporated, a computer sales and solutions provider, on Saturday made a financial contribution to rising table tennis star, Niron Bissu to assist with offsetting his expenses in his quest for regional honours at the Caribbean Championships.
The presentation was made at the company’s newly built Headquarters located in Diamond, East Bank Demerara.
Bissu, a young table tennis champion and part of generation next for Guyana’s table tennis, will be part of the national 10-Years-and-Under national cadet team that will be representing Guyana at the Caribbean Championship, July 19-26 in Jamaica.
He was selected along with Jeremy Singh, Khalil Ninvalle and Tauriq Saunders in that category. The GTTA has selected 16 of its youngest talented, disciplined, and brightest prospects to represent Guyana at Caribbean Cadets Championships.
The Guyana Table Tennis Association (GTTA) Assistant General Secretary, Linden Johnson expressed his gratitude on behalf of the GTTA to the sponsor for supporting the GTTA, outlining that sponsorship was truly critical to enabling the players to gain much needed exposure.
He took the opportunity to ask other sponsors to consider the request for sponsorship for the promising team.
Chief Financial Officer of Digital Technology, Subrina Sukhu wished Bissu and the Guyana success at the event. She outlined that Digital Technology, as a corporate responsible company, has been supporting the development of sports and athletes.
The team has been in intense training, under the guidance of a panel of coaches, Linden Johnson, Colin France, Mooniram Persaud and Idi Lewis.
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