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BPFSocial! Professional Networking event in Bradford

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Clarion Cedar Court Leeds/Bradford Hotel

Rooley Lane

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BD5 8HW

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We here at the British Pakistan Foundation have held regular BPFSocial! Professional Networking in London for a number of years now. Consisting of inspirational talks, networking, nibbles and drinks, they have provided many of our members with opportunities and contacts that have helped them instrumentally.

We are excited to share with you all that we will be hosting our first ever Bradford event, The Bradford BPFSocial! Professional Networking & Mentoring Event at the
Cedar Court Hotel in Bradford on the 21st of March from 6.30-8.30pm.

Our speakers include:

Keynote Speaker: Aneel Mussarat (CEO, MCR Property Group) - TBC


After completing high school, Aneel started to buy, renovate and rent out properties in Manchester that were within the range of £10,000 upwards. Aneel worked dedicatedly in his "buy to let" business and Aneel developed important contacts with the stakeholders of his business. His hard work and commitment earned him good name and reputation among his business peers. Aneel moved up the ladder with time and started, constructing and renting out properties through a Private Limited Company named as "Classic Homes". Due to his success in private housing market, Aneel's interest expanded into commercial sector. Aneel also specialized in student residences in Manchester, most notably he undertook the "Student Villages" project. He is also famous by the title of "Student Housing Magnate". In January 2013, Mussarat was awarded the Businessman of the Year award at the British Muslim Awards. He is also part of the Conservative Friends of Pakistan Group.

Adeeba Malik (Deputy Chief Executive for QED)

Deputy chief executive Adeeba Malik was awarded the MBE for her work with ethnic minorities and businesses and the CBE for services to community cohesion.

She has held many ministerial and non-ministerial appointments on national boards including the Women and Work Commission and British Waterways. She has also chaired the National Ethnic Minority Business Forum. Adeeba has served on the Advisory Board on Naturalisation and Immigation, the National Clinical Assessment Authority and the Green Deal Women's Panel.

Appointments closer to home have included board member at regional development agency Yorkshire Forward, governor of Sheffield Hallam University and director of Northern Ballet.

She is on the Bradford Opportunity Area board and a member of The Cabinet Office Race Disparity Advisory Group.

Waseem Nazir (Solicitor and Part-Time Judge)


Waseem Nazir is a renowned Solicitor in the field of human rights, asylum and immigration. Waseem is principal and managing partner of Batley Law, a niche law firm, representing a wide and diverse community of clients. The firm has secured a legal aid contract and carries a specialist quality mark for excellence.

Waseem has also recently been appointed a freelance Judge of the First Tier Tribunal (Immigration and Asylum Chamber), Waseem is an established asylum and human rights practitioner.

Waseem has also worked with Leeds Beckett University as a lecturer, teaching undergraduate law students in the area of Mental Health Law and Policy.

Pragmatic, forward thinking and pro-active, Waseem has built a solid reputation in the field of asylum and immigration over the past 10 years. Waseem has a very strong client following, reflecting his commitment to client care and high success rate. He has a passion for human rights and about the plight of refugees entering this country, many of whom have gone through harrowing and traumatic experiences in their home countries.

In addition to his work commitments, Waseem is actively involved in the local and wider Asian community, and has a large network of contacts within the business and legal community.


Tickets are subject to a donation, no matter how big or small, so that we can continue to fulfil our aim of engaging, uniting and empowering the British-Pakistani community.


The dresscode is Smart Attire.


This event is kindly sponsored by Eighteen Islamabad. Find out more about them here.

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