Bob Singh Dhillon

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Bob Singh Dhillon (born 1965) is a Punjabi Indian-Canadian Sikh, property Multi-Millionaire businessman. His family comes from Tallewal in the district of Barnala Punjab, India. His grandfather left for Hong Kong for business reasons and set-up the North China Shipping Company to carry back between Japan. He was born in Japan in 1965. As a small child he was sent back to India for his schooling, he was educated at Bishop Cotton School in Shimla, he is a Punjabi speaker. After graduating from University, he went to complete his master degree (MBA) at Richard Ivey School of Business in London, Ontario.

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