The Launch of the Anatomy of British South Asian Enterprise book
We are launching the first book of its kind, The Anatomy of British South Asian Enterprise. This section of British society has been contributing to economic and social development over the past two centuries. This book profiles the impact of not only Indian, Pakistani and Bangladeshi business success, but it offers fascinating insights into the wealth creation of Afghanis, Nepalese and Sri Lankans combined. The book explores challenges and opportunities for South Asian firms as well as other minority ethnic businesses in the UK.
This book is a second in the series by the author, Dr. Christopher A Johnson who also published the award -winning, ‘British Caribbean Enterprises: A Century of Challenges and Successes’ (2008). This book chronicled the contribution of British Caribbean firms from 1907.
‘’The Anatomy of British South Asian Enterprise is a reference text for business, policy makers, universities and colleges, researchers and professionals who are interested in Enterprise Development, International Business Management and other Management Studies. I believe every person should read it; it fills you with pride when you discover the achievements of 1st, 2nd and 3rd and now the 4th generation. It brings you closer to your identity and your place in Britain, I recommend it highly’’. Harminder Kaur Bhogal (Executive Officer of CEAL)