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Ammar Mirza CBE is a sought after leadership & business management consultant through his company AmmarM (UK) Limited. Ammar is a serial entrepreneur with interests and investments across a number of sectors. Over a 15 year period he has helped establish several hundred new businesses within the North East. As chairman and founder of Asian Business Connexions, a not-for-profit social enterprise that aims to connect, support and promote the Asian wider community, Ammar has helped make a significant social and economic impact across the Globe.
Ammar was shortlisted for the Northern Powerhouse Northern Lights Business Personality of the Year 2017 and featured in the top 50 of the 2017 Smith and Williamson Power 100 UK Entrepreneurs.Currently Ammar is helping forge international b-lateral trade links working with Turkey and Indian based businesses to attract foreign investment into the North East.
Newcastle entrepreneur Ammar Mirza is honoured with CBE
Ammar Mirza was recognised in the Queen’s Birthday Honours list for his tireless contribution to business and community life in the North East…
A serial entrepreneur acclaimed for his work championing the region’s Asian business community has been elected onto the board of the North East Local Enterprise Partnership.
Ammar Mirza CBE replaces Jeremy Middleton who stood down from the board in September…
Ammar Mirza Wants the North East to Be the Most Learned Region…By December
In August, acclaimed North East entrepreneur Ammar Mirza launched his latest project, The Big Learn. It’s another opportunity for Ammar…
Introducing Ammar Mirza CBE
Ammar is a leadership & management consultant and entrepreneur with experience across a wide range of sectors…
Top Businessman Gives Middlesbrough College Students to the Power of Three
Entrepreneur Is Too Geordie to Move
Ammar Mirza’s Heritage Is Pakistani but He Loves His Home City of Newcastle. RUTH LOGNONNE Meets the Man Who Founded Asian Business Connexions to Help the Asian and North East Business Communities Work More Closely Together