TAJ ACCOUNTANTS were judged Small Business of the Year at the third London Asian Business Awards of 2019. The ceremony was held last Friday at the Millennium Gloucester Hotel in Kensington.
No one present at the event could doubt the huge contribution which the South Asian community is making to every sector of the UK economy. The businesses and individuals who had been nominated for awards were not only successful – they were an inspiration.
Taj Accountants are a small business which focuses on supporting other small businesses. Based in Whitechapel, the firm is able to offer a friendly professional services to entrepreneurs who know what to do with their business idea but may be daunted by the world of accounting.
After the winner of the award was announced, the Managing Director of Taj Accountants, Mr Abul Hyat Nurujjaman, expressed his gratitude to his clients, friends and family for their support. He said, “I thank my colleagues at Taj Accountants who work really hard on a daily basis to uphold the brand of Taj Accountants as a leading small business accountants in London. I am delighted and humbled to receive this prestigious award. I hope I can empower and inspire the next generation of businesses to achieve great things. Finally, as the ‘Small Business of the Year 2019’ winner, I would recommend my fellow small businesses to stay focused, keep your eyes on the news and be proactive during this difficult time of Brexit. If you think Taj Accountants and my expertise can help you, please don’t hesitate to contact us.”
The London Asian Business Awards 2019 were organised by Oceanic Consulting. CEO Irfan Younis said, “I’d like to congratulate all winners and finalists awarded at the 3rd London Asian Business Awards 2019. The evening was one of absolute talent and inspiration. London’s Asian Business community are the perfect role models for future generations of aspiring entrepreneurs.”
The Awards were sponsored by Gatehouse Bank and the ceremony was presented by Greenleaf Catering. The official media partner for the awards event was the London Business Journal. The official charity partner was the Asian Women’s Resource Centre, which provides specialist support to women and children who have survived domestic violence.