EPG wins Bharat Sanman Award

Bharat Sanman Award given to EPG by Suresh Prabhu

9 March, Leicester: EPG was delighted to be awarded the Bharat Sanman Award by former Indian Union Minister Suresh Prabhu, for our work in facilitating trade and investment between the UK and India, through the annual India Week and more widely through our advisory services.

EPG received the Bharat Sanman Award at an event with over 200 members of the Indian diaspora in Leicester, including councillors, business and community leaders, organised by the Integrity Foundation.

L George, Commercial Director of EPG (pictured), said: “Organising the annual India Week, we can already point to British jobs we’ve created over the last year, and Indian companies we’ve helped with their journey to set up in the UK. This Award is a testament to the work we’ve been putting in over several years to boost the bilateral economic relationship.”

Suresh Prabhakar Prabhu is a long-standing Parliamentarian in India. He has been in the Indian Parliament from 1996, first as a Member of Parliament in the Lower House (Lok Sabha) for four consecutive terms and later as an MP in the Upper House (Rajya Sabha). He was the Railways and Civil Aviation and Commerce and Industry Minister under PM Narendra Modi, and was Minister of Industry, Minister of Environment and Forests, Minister of Fertilisers & Chemicals, Minister of Power, and Minister of Heavy Industry and Public Enterprises under PM Vajpayee. Among other global roles, he is currently the Founding Chancellor of Rishihood University, Chair of the Governing Council at the influential India Foundation and a guest professor at the London School of Economics,