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For the second year running we hosted a reception for new Indian students starting their studies at the University of Nottingham and Trent University. This is a joint initiative with the two universities and the Nottingham Indian Community Centre Association. It is a highly successful event where over 300 students enjoy authentic Indian cuisine and […]
On 11th June 2018, the BIBF held it’s first networking event at the St James Hotel attended by BIBF members and guests. Pictures from the night
Front row L to R – Peter Johal, Bob Bhabra, Sir John, Thalej Vasishta, Walaiti Rathore, Anil Puri, Michael Johal. Back Row L to R – Arv Soar, Davinder Verdi, Dr Jas Bilkhu, Sam Sangha, Tej Basson, Paddy Tipping (Guest), Atul Joshi Nottingham hears the roar of the Midlands Engine at The British Indian Business Forum […]
BIBF meeting at Chakh Le India, Nottingham.
The UK Government has published a number of reports relating to international students and their impact on net migration. The Home Secretary, Amber Rudd, has also commissioned the Migration Advisory Committee (MAC) to undertake a review of the impact of international students by September 2018. The most significant finding in the Reports is that 97.4% […]
BIBF Social night at Gusto in West Bridgford, Nottingham
We had our seventh Annual Dinner on 24th February 2017 at Goosedale Banqueting Centre. This annual event continues to grow in popularity and we had over 300 guests from a whole range of businesses as well as families and friends of the core members. We were proud to have The Right Honourable Sir Vince Cable […]