Mr. Yash Dubal nominated for IoD & South Director of the Year Awards
London, August 12: Yash Dubal, Founder and Managing Director of A Y & J Solicitors has been shortlisted for Director of the Year Awards 2020 under the category of “SME up to 5 million “ in the Institute of Directors London and South Director of The Year awards. The finalists were nominated from the hundreds of directors across ten categories.
Speaking about his nomination Yash Dubal, says “I am delighted to be recognised amongst such a prestigious group of entrepreneurs and directors. Since its inception, A Y & J Solicitors has thrived to become “The UK’s leading immigration law firm helping UK firms” to secure and retain skilled workers from overseas and hundreds of individuals to create or continue their lives in the UK.”
The expert-judging panel will now convene to decide the deserving winner be announced at the virtual awards ceremony on September 11, 2020, hosted by Guest Speaker Dame Esther
Visit https://www.iod.com/events-community/regions/south/doya to find the full list of finalists and details on how to attend the event.
The winners from each of the ten categories will be automatically nominated into the UK finals of the IoD Director of the Year Awards, providing the finalists with additional exposure and profile on The National stage as the ‘best of the best’ in British business.
Yash Dubal is the Founder of A Y & J Solicitors. He is living proof that a person can also become successful and prosperous while living in a foreign land. Yash came to the UK in the year 2003 with only £1500. He founded A Y & J Solicitors on the principles of honesty, professionalism, reliability, helpfulness, and approachability. The firm is now a Legal 500 law firm and won the ‘Best Immigration Law Firm’ in 2018. A Y & J Solicitors is a leading expert in UK immigration law advising both individuals and corporate clients. Giving back to the community is one of Yash’s passions. He has accomplished the London Marathon for Pratham, which works to tackle education gaps in India. He has also completed a multi-terrain run to raise money for the British Red Cross. He acts as a mentor for many SMEs regarding obtaining and keeping a UK Sponsor Licence and recruiting the right skilled employees. Furthermore, he regularly speaks at technology events and also an avid reader.
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