Winners for the 7th British Indian Awards 2019 are revealed

Some of the top professionals and businesses from the British Indian Community were awarded for their ingenuity and achievements last night. Among the 32 winners were 17 from London, including Rising Star of the Year and Entertainer of the Year.

The event took place at the Birmingham Conference & Events Centre at the Holiday Inn Birmingham City Centre on Friday 26th of July.

The British Indian Awards celebrate success, excellence and perseverance across all industries. Categories included Indian Woman of the Year, Best in Creative Industries and Rising Star in Law.

The British Indian Awards 2019 are organised by Oceanic Consulting – the UK’s leading ethnic awards company. CEO Irfan Younis said: “Congratulations to all winners and finalists. The night produced some memorable moments, and gave thanks to those hard-working and brilliant people who cement Indian culture and presence in all sectors of this country. These awards provide winners and finalists with a great platform to further establish their achievements. ”

With 13 years of experience, Oceanic Consulting host annual award ceremonies in major English, Scottish and Irish cities. Campaigns include the Curry Awards, Asian Business, Asian Food, British Muslim, British Indian and Britain’s Asian Wedding Awards.

The winners were:

Media Professional of the Year: Tejinder Kaur (ITV Central – Birmingham)

Young Entrepreneur of the Year: Aditya Kasana (Josh Fano – Birmigham)

Influencer of the Year: Opinderjit Takhar (University of Wolverhampton – Wolverhampton)

Arts & Cultural Awareness Award: Dawinder Bansal (Wolverhampton)

Indian Woman of the Year: Rupinder Kaur (Asian Women Mean Business – Surrey)

Charity of the Year: Social Education Voluntary Association (SEVA) Trust UK (Bedford)

Businesswoman of the Year: Anishya Kumar (Zinda Foods – Middlesex)

Indian Spirit in the Community: Gian Kaur (Guru Gobind Singh Gurdwara – Wakefield)

Young Achiever of the Year:  Sanjeev Singh Sahota (Frank Warren Promotions – Essex)

Science & Technology Professional of the Year: Sanjay Gandhi (University of Bristol – Bristol)

Education Professional of the Year: Harminder Singh Dua (University of Nottingham – Nottingham)

Medical Professional of the Year: Paramjit Gill (University of Warwick – Coventry)

Influential Leaders of the Year: Vivek Chadha (Nine Hotel Group – Watford)

Small Business of the Year: Nims Boutique (Leicester)

Rising Star of the Year: Anshoo Kapoor (Tata Consultancy Services – London)

Best in Creative Industries: Cary Rajinder Sawhney (Imagine Asia Productions – London)

Civil Services & Third Sector Professional of the Year: Manmeet Singh Panesar (Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy – London)

Business Professional of the Year: Peter Chana (Stace LLP – London)

Legal Services Professional of the Year: Vinod Kusuma (Shri Venkateshwara  Solicitors – London)

Retail Business of the Year: Pick n Save (London)

Financial Leader of the Year: Dara Chauhan (Natwest – London)

Businessman of the Year: Yogesh Mehta (Pickfords – London)

Business of the Year: Shavata Brows (London)

Entrepreneur of the Year: Vandana Dass (Davenport Solicitors – London)

International Business of the Year: RationalFX (London)

Indian Man of the Year: Param Singh (Param Property – London)

SME Business of the Year: Naga King (London)

Entertainer of the Year: H Dhami (London)

Rising Star in Law: Baljinder Gill (Balfort Legal – London)

Community Initiative of the Year: City Sikhs (London)

Impact Business of the Year: Galaxy Real Estate (London)

Creative Entrepreneur of the Year: Kiran Bhagotra (ProtectBox – Belfast / London)