Nominations for the 6th annual British Indian Awards presented by Cashfinex are now open.

Who are CashFinex?

CashFinex, an advanced cryptocurrency exchange that is designed for traders and businesses to buy and sell digital currencies as well as gives access to Forex trading, are the title sponsors for this year’s awards ceremony.

Mohsin Jameel, CEO of Bull InfoTech the company behind CashFinex, said: “We are really pleased to be the title sponsor the British Indian Awards, the partnership comes at an exciting time for the business. We’ve just launched our new exchange which give investors and businesses the opportunity to trade in the cryptocurrencies and forex from a single platform.

“The British Indian Awards provides a perfect stage to reach out to innovators, entrepreneurs and community representatives that the awards aim to recognise.”

Where and when will the awards ceremony take place?

The glamorous awards ceremony is due set to return to The Athena in Leicester on the 21st June in a bid to acknowledge and reward the effort of the British Indian community across 24 different sectors, ranging from Entrepreneur of the Year to Best Entertainer to Family Business of the Year and beyond. Other than the awards ceremony itself, the evening will also include a drinks reception, four-course meal and entertainment.

Who is organising this event?

The event is being run by Oceanic Consulting, the leading ethnic consulting and promotions organisation in the UK, who are responsible for some of the most successful and well-known events in the country such as The English Curry Awards and The English Asian Business Awards, amongst others.

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Irfan Younis, CEO of Oceanic Consulting said: “We are very pleased to announce that we have CashFinex, such a well-renowned, global company on board with this year’s British Indian Awards. With both of our skills and reach combined, we look forward to the 6th year of the awards become even bigger and better.”

This awards ceremony is also part of the Diversity Awards group which provides a platform for ethnic minority communities throughout the UK and celebrates their achievements within their respective communities, plus, it is also responsible for The British Muslim Awards, which has been running for the past six years.

To nominate an individual or organisation, please find the link on the official Facebook page. Nominations close in early May.