Winners for the 8th English Asian Business Awards 2019 are revealed

Some of the best professionals and businesses from the English Asian community gathered for a glamorous night to celebrate their accomplishments where 32 lucky finalists were crowned winners. The event took place at the Mercure Manchester Piccadilly Hotel on 14th June 2019.

The much-anticipated annual award ceremony began its journey in 2012. The awards exist to honour and celebrate the hard work of Asian professionals and businesses of all sizes that have succeeded, excelled and persevered in the English Asian community. This year saw a variety of categories, including Business Woman of the Year, Micro Business of the Year, Young Entrepreneur of the Year and Family Run Business among others.

The English Asian Business Awards 2019 were presented by Trusted Utility Consultants and brought to you by Oceanic Consulting; the UK’s leading ethnic awards organisation. With years of experience, they hold various world-class award ceremonies throughout major cities in Scotland, England and recently Ireland annually. Oceanic Consulting events are a major fixture in the calendars of both the Asian community and wider population and generate media interest both locally and internationally.

Irfan Younis, CEO of Oceanic Consulting said: “I’d like to congratulate all winners and finalists awarded at the 8th English Asian Business Awards 2019. The Awards produced some memorable moments, and gave thanks to those hard-working and brilliant people who cement Asian culture and presence across all sectors of industry in England.”

With 32 awards presented on the night, the winners are as follows:

Entrepreneur of the Year: AmmarM (Ammar Mirza – Newcastle upon Tyne)

Young Entrepreneur of the Year: Valenci (Sana Zinga – Blackburn)

Disruptive Entrepreneur of the Year: Kushboo Soap (Sarwat Jaleel – Clitheroe)

Creative Entrepreneur of the Year: Evolve Automotive (Imran Arshad – Luton)

Outstanding Achievement: Punch Records (Ammo Talwar – Birmingham)

Law Firm of the Year: Nayyars Solicitors (Ayesha Nayyar – Stockport)

Contribution to Law: Schofield Sweeney (Basharat Ali – Bradford)

Rising Star in Law: Clarion (Kanika Sohpal – Leeds)

Rising Star of the Year: Manchester Museum (Alia Raffia Ullah – Manchester)

Commercial Achiever of the Year: TLM Technology Group (Akay Ismet – Bedford)

Business Professional of the Year: Kare Plus (Anita Khaira – Leeds)

Wholesaler of the Year: Lubna Foods Ltd (Abdul Aziz – Bradford)

Best Food Establishment: Mr T’s (Tausif Malik – Bradford)

Food Business of the Year: CK foods (Mohsin & Mohammed Kola – Hull)

Food Entrepreneur of the Year: Aagrah (Kamran Mughal – Shipley)

Businesswoman of the Year: Guide Security (Bharti Patel – Blackburn)

Businessman of the Year: Stanmore Contractors (Rajbir Manak – Erith)

Business of the Year: Missy Empire (Ash Siddique – Manchester)

Micro Business of the Year: Sindoor Boutique (Harminder Kaur – Coventry)

SME Business of the Year: Freeline Creative (Amit Chandrasingh – Leicester)

Impact Business of the Year: KLNIK (Dr. Rosh & Dr Khizzer – Wilmslow)

International Business of the Year: East End Foods (Jasbir Wouhra – Birmingham)

Family Run Business of the Year: Doors2Floors (Nadeem Seedat & Shiraz Yusuf Karolia – Leeds)

Best Marketed Business: A Kahn Design (Carl Williamson – Bradford)

Best Professional in Business: Taylor Price Solicitors (Sobia Ditta – Manchester)

Retail Business of the Year: SWEET. (Omair Ali – London)

Small Retail Business of the Year: Peridot Beauty (Bushra Ali – Birmingham)

Small Business of the Year: G17 Customs (Hashim Patel – Preston)

Growth Business of the Year: Reel Cinemas (Kailash Suri – Loughborough)

Power Business of the Year: Talash Hotels (Ravi Kathuria Sanjay – Coventry)

Boutique Business of the Year: Bank View Smile Studios (Dr Khalid Master – Blackburn)

Convenience Retailer of the Year: Bierley Superstore & Post Office (Kiran Basra – Bradford)