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Turkish, Kurdish and Cypriot Community Achievement Awards 2015

Turkish, Kurdish and Cypriot Community Achievement Awards 2015

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CEFTUS is preparing for its fourth Community Achievement Awards. The awards ceremony, which will take place as part of our Anniversary Gala, will celebrate the work of Turkish, Kurdish and Cypriot community members in Britain.

The event will be hosted in London Marriott Hotel Grosvenor Square on 28 October 2015.

The Community Achievement Awards was inaugurated by CEFTUS in April in 2011 in Park Lane Sheraton Hotel and successive awards ceremonies took place at every CEFTUS Anniversary Gala in central London hotels. Last year’s awards was at Marriott Hotel Grosvenor Square with the attendance of many distinguished guests including members of the Houses of Parliament, politicians and journalists from Turkey, business people and representatives of Turkish, British and Turkish Cypriot communities. Please see winners of the last year’s awards here.

The awards recognise achievements and contributions of our communities in several categories:

1. Community Award for Male/ Female Model

2. Professionals Awards:

  • Media
  • Arts and Culture
  • Politics
  • Education
  • Science
  • Legal Service
  • Civil Service

3. Non-profit Organisation Award

4. Business Awards:

  • Female Role Model
  • Male Role Model
  • Food Industry
  • Digital Agency
  • Property/Estate Agent
  • Wholesalers/Suppliers
  • Manufacturing and Retail
  • Best Employer
  • Young Entrepreneur

5. Lifelong Achievement Award

6. Appreciation Award

Please make your nomination here.

Tickets to CEFTUS Anniversary Gala

This year’s CEFTUS Anniversary Gala will begin with a drinks reception and be followed by three course meal. This is a paid event as the funds raised will go towards organisation of our future public forums and projects. CEFTUS is a not-for-profit organisation and does not receive any sponsorship or funding other than kind donations from individuals. CEFTUS team mostly consists of volunteers who work tirelessly to keep our non-partisan political platform alive.

Tickets are £150 per person. If you buy your ticket before October 2015, early bird tickets are £100 per person.

Please email or call us on info@ceftus.org or 02071834272 for further information and ticket purchase.

If you would like to enquire prices for tables for 10 and premium tickets please email us on info@ceftus.org or call us on 02071834272.

CEFTUS Crowdfunding Project

You may also like to support our crowdfunding project before the end of July 2015. Please visit our project page.

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