Inspiring Individuals across the UK are shortlisted for the British Muslim Awards 2019

Three hundred of the most remarkable British Muslims are shortlisted as finalists for the 7th British Muslim Awards after hundreds of nominations are gathered from across the country. The award exists to recognise a wide range of achievements from outstanding individuals across the UK who positively impact business, charity, sport, arts, culture, religious advocacy, education and medicine among others, while simultaneously and unknowingly battle negative stereotypes.

The awards endeavor to showcase the strength of the British Muslim community, the impact it has on culture and its achievements over the last year with categories ranging from Muslim in the Community, Young Achiever of the Year to Spirit of Britain.

The seventh British Muslim Awards will be held at The Bradford Hotel on Wednesday 30th of January in Bradford, where some of the most accomplished and influential individuals will gather for a glamorous night to celebrate their success.

Forsyth Barnes (London, Nottingham and Leeds) is one of the finalists in the Business of the Year category. Forsyth Barnes will find out if they will collect an accolade at the elegant ceremony held in January.

Roheel Ahmad, Managing Partner of Forsyth Barnes has commented “It’s a great achievement and great feeling to be recognised for these achievements so far”.

Irfan Younis, CEO of Oceanic Consulting said: “All finalists should be proud of the opportunity to represent British Muslims, highlighting all the wonderful achievements of this diverse and brilliant community. The 7th British Muslim Awards 2019 will be the best yet having seen of the influential leaders put forward; the awards provide a platform to thank those who do what they know best, thrive in their fields and provide future generations with inspirational role-models.

 “We wish all our finalists the best of luck and look forward to a night of celebration on the 30th.”