Archive of: 2018

  • Forbes 30 Under 30 – Techlist – Ones to Watch

    As some of my residents know, despite my corporate law and entrepreneurial background, I am extremely keen on investing and promoting the UK tech sector and in helping increase representation for BAME communities within the sector. There is serious tech potential within BAME communities and they are often not given a voice or an opportunity.

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  • Top 10 Emerging Tech Hubs – where is the UK?

    While San Francisco is the undisputed power source of the global tech scene, there are bright sparks and live wires in a host of rising tech hubs. There are ten cities cracking the code.

    How can you spot the world’s next Silicon Valley? According to Megan Walters, head of Asia-Pacific research at property-investment firm JLL, look for inspirational education, a young and eager workforce, interesting jobs and visionary investors. Here are ten cities that are already threatening California’s high-tech dominance.

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  • Cllr Hashim Bhatti, CMF Youth Chair, set to organise big fringe event at Conservative Party Conference in Birmingham

    Cllr Bhatti is organising a fringe event with the topic around interfaith with number of organisations and senior ministers expected to attend at the Tory party conference 2018 along with a breakfast event.

    Details to follow.

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  • Cllr Hashim Bhatti’s Tech business sees threefold increase in the number of tech pitches received

    Since the tech business launched last year, Cllr Bhatti has overseen over 100 tech pitches and become a l leading advisor to several tech companies in the UK and abroad #tech.

    We asked Cllr Bhatti as a leading UK angel investor what he looks for before investing into any tech business?

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  • Cllr Bhatti organises a roundtable in Parliament to inspire the next generation of political leaders called Pathways into Politics

    On behalf of Lord Sheikh, Forward Thinking & the Conservative Muslim Forum would like to invite you to a roundtable discussion entitled ‘Paths into Politics’ on Wednesday 18th April 2018 in Parliament.   The event brings together a cross-party panel of serving and former Muslim political leaders to share their expertise and experience on the challenges, the opportunities and the diverse paths a career into politics can take.

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  • Cllr Bhatti (CMF Youth Chair) joins CMF delegation to Northern Ireland

    Cllr Bhatti, CMF Youth Chair, along with senior CMF Executive members travelled to Northern Ireland on a delegation at the end of March 2018 to speak and listen to the Muslim community. The delegation included meetings with high profile government representatives and meetings with the Belfast Conservative Association.

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  • Electoral Boundary Review – Have your say…

    The Local Government Boundary Commission for England (LGBCE) is proposing to reduce the number of councillors from 57 to 42 in time for the 2019 local council elections.

    Ward numbers could also be cut from 23 to 19, with Windsor’s Clewer North and Clewer South wards set to be reshaped into Clewer and Dedworth West and Clewer and Dedworth East.

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  • Windsor Fundraiser to Help the Homeless

    The Windsor Homeless Project (WHP) are raising funds to help the homeless in the borough. The annual Windsor Sleepout will be held on Friday 16th March from 7.30pm at the Alma Road Youth Centre. I hope all Clewer North residents will do their best to support this worthy cause.

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  • Cllr Hashim Bhatti quoted in the Eastern Eye newspaper

    I was quoted in the Eastern Eye newspaper discussing the Royal Wedding in Windsor in May 2018. The newspaper largely targets an Asian audience and it was great to be featured.

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  • Calling all young leaders, apply to the ParliaMentors programme before 12th March 2018

    3FF’s UN Award Winning ParliaMentors is a programme where teams of university students of different faiths and non-religious beliefs collaborate to create real social change while being mentored by an MP. The programme brings together emerging leaders from diverse backgrounds across UK universities and equips you with the skills, experience and networks to realise your career aspirations and ambitions. Through MP mentoring you a gain real insight into politics and interactive training gives you the tools to create social change. The programme is fully funded and supported throughout the academic year We welcome applications from students who identify with a faith or belief (religious or not) and aspire to become political or community leaders.

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