ABCC Awards Shortlist

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Fifteen businesses and individuals have been shortlisted for the Asian Business Chamber of Commerce (ABCC) awards.


The winners will be revealed at the ABCC’s annual dinner at the International Convention Centre, Birmingham, on Saturday, November 21, which is already sold out. Overall sponsors are the Birmingham office of global accountants Mazars and The Schools of King Edward VI in Birmingham.


Saqib Bhatti, president of the ABCC, said: “The judges were highly impressed by the standard of all entries.


“All of the businesses had showed remarkable tenacity in coming through some challenging times and several newly-started businesses have showed remarkable progress in a short time.”


 


Shortlist


Outstanding Business (Sponsor: Irwin Mitchell)


Cambridge Solicitors


PharmaNutricals


Vicarage Nurseries


 


Young Entrepreneur (Sponsor: Pera Consulting)


Arsh Ellahi (Rent Me Now)


Harpreet Singh Matharu (Matharu’s UK Ltd)


Khurum Choudhry (PharmaNutricals)


 


Outstanding Contribution to Society (Sponsor: West Midlands Reserve Forces and Cadets Association)


Amirah Foundation


Birmingham Rathbone


GNG Nursery


 


Outstanding Customer Service


Hotel du Vin


Malmaison


Pushkar Cocktail Bar & Dining.


 


Outstanding Business Woman


Davinder Rana (The Services Group)


Kamila Rahman (Cambridge Solicitors)


Parvy Rakar (Snob Events)


 


An internationally acclaimed manufacturing leader will be the principal speaker at the awards dinner. Dr Hamid Mughal is director of manufacturing at Rolls-Royce, a position he took up in 2001 after moving from BMW Group, where he was director of new product programmes.


The charity being supported on the evening is Edwards Trust, which offers help to children and families who are facing loss and suffering bereavement.   


An internationally acclaimed manufacturing leader will be the principal speaker at the awards dinner. Dr Hamid Mughal is director of manufacturing at Rolls-Royce, a position he took up in 2001 after moving from BMW Group, where he was director of new product programmes.


The charity being supported on the evening is Edwards Trust, which offers help to children and families who are facing loss and suffering bereavement.   


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