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ABCC awards host announced

10 November 2017

TV presenter and journalist Krishnan Guru-Murthy will host the Asian Business Chamber of Commerce’s 30th anniversary dinner and awards.

The black tie event takes place at the ICC in Birmingham on Saturday 2 December.

Guru-Murthy (pictured) is an experienced broadcaster and specialist news reporter, having presented many top political programmes, as well as interviewing a host of Prime Ministers from around the world.

He has also chaired high level conferences including The UN International Development Summit in Mexico and the UK climate change summit for Gordon Brown and Al Gore.

In 2010 and 2014, he was nominated for Presenter of the Year in the Royal Television Society Journalism Awards.

Guru-Murthy’s first foray into television came presenting the BBC2 youth discussion programme, 'Open to Question', at the age of 18 before he set off for Oxford University to read Philosophy, Politics and Economics. 

His impressive CV includes a reporting role on BBC’s current affairs programme Newsnight, slots on BBC and LBC radio stations, a column in the Metro newspaper and appearances on a range of TV programmes such as ‘Eight out of Ten Cats’ and ‘Have I Got News for You’.

HSBC, Birmingham City University and Douglas Wright Restaurants T/A McDonald’s are headline sponsors for the event.

Seven main sector awards will be handed out on the night, as well as the overall Business of the Year prize.

For more information and to book your place click here.

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