Nominations invited from Asian entrepreneurs for Asian Business Awards

Last date for applying is 18th October 2010

9th August 2010: Asian business men and women, who are at the forefront of their industry and have contributed to their community and commerce, can now apply for Welsh Asian Business Awards.

Nomination forms for the awards are available online at and will close 18th October 2010.

You can also send the nominations at `The Welsh Asian Business Awards, Oceanic Studios, Polar House, 20 Darnley Street, Glasgow, G41 2SE

If you make it to the top, your efforts will be recognized during the first Welsh Asian Business Awards ceremony scheduled to be held on November 4th 2010 at the Vale Resort in Cardiff.

The awards, a prestigious competition, celebrates and showcases the achievements of Asian business men and women, who are at the forefront of their industry.

Giving details, Amit Arora, Business Development Director with the Oceanic Group, says the awards in November will capture the multi-cultural spirit of Wales, and will reward the budding entrepreneurs and innovative business giants that have contributed to their community and industry.

Arora adds the Asian business men and woman in Wales deserve a platform from which to celebrate and showcase their achievements. The equivalent in Scotland has proved a great success since their inception in 2006, the reputation of the Awards has flourished thanks to the people that grace the finalist shortlist and the winners’ podium.

Arora says he confident that these Awards will prove themselves as the most prestigious Awards ceremony in the Welsh Asian Business Community’s calendar – the wealth of Welsh Asian business talent is just waiting to be recognised and rewarded.”

The Welsh Asian Business Awards will follow in the footsteps of their Scottish counterparts. Oceanic Consulting – the organisers of the Awards – has achieved massive success with the Awards Scottish equivalents.

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