Kiran short-listed for top award

Mumpreneur Kiran Singh with her daughter Khushi Kaur

British-Asian professional Kiran Singh,  Croxley, Watford has been short-listed for the Design & Creative category at the inaugural Asian Professional Awards.

Mumpreneur Kiran Singh with her daughter Khushi Kaur
Mumpreneur Kiran Singh with her daughter Khushi Kaur

Over 4,000 nominations and votes were received this year paying tribute to inspirational individuals from the Asian community that contribute in every conceivable sector of national life.

Kiran Singh, a Mumpreneur, born and brought up in Norway, now based in London for the last 6 years with her 10 year old daughter. She’s a Residential & Hospitality Interior Designer by profession, alongside her degree in Interior Design, she has got her background in Graphic Design, Web Design, Public Relations & Marketing and Social Media.

She is also Editor-in-Chief of Vivacious Mum, My Unique Home and Passion for Food, she runs a local support group for single parents through Gingerbread. She’s also an expert at The Women’s Room,  HerSay Expert and Interior Expert at Just Do Property. She was the 1st runner-up for Women’s Empowering Awards in 2012, won the Silver Website for My Unique Home in July 2013, won the Inspirational Award in March 2014, Bronze Website Award for Vivacious Mum in April 2014 and nominated for Amara Interior Blog Awards, Mumpreneur UK Awards and Asian Professional Awards in September 2014.

The Emirates Stadium, London will play host to the prestigious black-tie event on 27th November 2014, to honour the outstanding achievements of Asian professionals nationwide.

Prime Minister David Cameron said: “These new awards recognise just some of the many thousands of Asian professionals who are excelling in Britain today. Whether it’s in the court room, the newsroom or the classroom, Asian men and women are not only providing expert services, skills and capabilities; they are delivering for Britain too.”

Nick Clegg MP, Deputy Prime Minister and Leader of the Liberal Democrats said, “For many years, Britain’s professional sectors have seemed closed off to people from certain backgrounds. Finally, that is changing. It’s talented people like you that are helping to make that happen.”

Ed Miliband MP, Leader of the Labour Party said, “An evening where the focus is solely on celebrating the success of British Asian is an example to the younger generation of Asian men and women in this country, who sometimes lack role models. The younger generation will look at the success of the nominees and winners, and I hope that they will be able to seek inspiration.”

Boris Johnson, Mayor of London said, “I am delighted that London is hosting the inaugural Asian Professional Awards. For centuries, our vibrant and diverse Asian community has been a vital part of what makes our city so great, contributing to its economic prosperity across a wide variety of sectors and helping to make it the success that it is today.”

Winners will be announced on the 27th November at The Asian Professional Awards 2014 ceremony, taking place at the prestigious Emirates Stadium, London.


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