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Award celebrating global achievements of Arabs launched

A new award celebrating the achievements and excellence from within the global Arab community has been launched.

The Arab AwardsThe Arab Awards has been created by businessman Paul Sagoo, the founder of the highly successful Asian Awards.

The Arab Awards is open to individuals born in or with direct family origin from any of the Arab league countries.

The Arab Awards will recognise exceptional achievement across all disciplines of life from business to the arts, sport, culture and public service, rewarding success from across the world.

The first awards giving ceremony will be held on 14th October 2014 at the Dorchester Hotel, Park Lane, London. The event is expected to attract an exceptional list of guests coming together to support and celebrate worldwide Arab excellence.

“Guests at the prestigious gala ceremony – including international business and community leaders, cinema, music and sport stars – will all be part of an evening that will honour the most outstanding individuals across 12 categories including business, philanthropy, cinema, music and sport,” said Mr Sagoo. “A wonderful dinner and world-class live entertainment will precede one of the most important new awards ceremonies to launch in the UK this year.”

The Arab Awards is supported by the UK Trade and Investment (UKTI), part of the UK Foreign Office.

“UKTI is delighted to support the inaugural Arab Awards 2014. The Arab Awards is an opportunity to further strengthen positive relationships and highlight significant cultural, economic and social achievements,” UKTI said. “The Middle East and North Africa are important for British Businesses as London-based firms increase exchanges with the regions. UKTI especially shows support for the entrepreneurs’ awards. We look forward to welcoming the award nominees and guests.”

For further information about The Arab Awards and to buy your ticket, visit theArabwards.com

 

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