Taj Accountants, an accountancy firm based in Whitechapel in East London, has received the prestigious ‘Best Small Business Accountants Award’ from the renowned Sunrise (Spectrum) Bangla radio station. The award was presented to mark Sunrise’s 23rd Anniversary on the 9th of April 2017 in a grand ceremony in the Brady Art Centre which is located in East London. Taj Accountants received this award due to their contribution to accounting and taxation services for small and medium sized businesses based in London and the surrounding areas.
Taj Accountants has grown considerably from humble beginnings to an enviable size based on the hundreds of clients in their portfolio. The firm caters for and has a good reputation with various business sectors such as the restaurant industry, IT, consultancy and motor trade. Abul Nurujjaman, sole owner and managing director of Taj Accountants, states that “we receive considerable business from referrals from existing clients recommending our firm to others for their accounting and taxation needs”. Mr Nurujjaman has a high profile within his local business community and has been a guest on many TV channels such as Channel S, as well as featuring in a variety of well-known newspapers, such as The Daily Star, to advise on small business accounting and taxation issues.
Mujibur Rahman Junue, NEC member of Bangladeshi Caterers Association and prominent personality within the British Bangladeshi community said “Taj Accountants is a big brand of accountants in London and a very renowned brand in the British Bangladeshi community. They use modern software, technologies and automatons to deal with all matters promptly and accurately. I am really happy to see the number of satisfied clients they have. I am sure Taj Accountants will be mentioned among the top brand accountants in the City of London. I congratulate Taj Accountants for becoming the Best Small Business Accountants and I wish them all the best!”
James Gilliespie, prominent telecom industry expert, expresses his delight and said “Many congratulations to Taj Accountants for winning the Best Small Business Accountants in London which gives it the recognition it deserves. I have known Abul Nurujjaman and Taj Accountants for many years and have always admired their honesty, hard work and desire to exceed expectations. Their dedication and commitment to their clients is second to none. I wish them the very best for the future.”
“I have known Abul Nurujjaman for over ten years both as an employer and now as a client of Abul’s successful accountancy practice Taj Accountants. Abul leads a team of hardworking professionals. Their attention to clients is admirable. Taj has grown steadily, investing in its team and its practice, operating from a flagship office in the heart of East London. I would recommend Abul and Taj to anyone in business especially those self-employed or owner-managers & entrepreneurs like myself.” Adrian Barnard said. Mr Barnard is a veteran of the ICT industry having established, led and sold a number of ICT related enterprises. Adrian is a former CEO of The Change Organisation, a market leading distributor of IT equipment, computer hardware, software and associated IT services. Adrian also founded the award-winning ICT Company, Modern Communications, which he sold in 2014 to embark on his next venture – founder and managing director of Prime Networks, where he helped revalue the leading London-based ICT company before exiting the firm with its future as a blue-chip technology solutions provider guaranteed. Adrian is a result orientated NXD and consults to SME’s.
The former president and senior advisor of the British Bangladesh Chamber of Commerce & Industry and the editor of Bricklane: Bari to Basa, Professor Shahagir Bakth Faruq said “I am so delighted to learn that Mr A Nurujjaman has rightly been awarded by Spectrum Radio for his excellent service to the community. Both Taj Accountants and Spectrum Radio are community based institutions very close to the heart of the community and very popular to its clients. Mr Nurujjaman himself is a renowned community leader who is a director of British Bangladesh Chamber of Commerce and Industry (BBCCI), an apex body of all Bangladeshi trade organisations in U.K. He certainly has a bright future ahead of him. I wish him all the best.”
After being presented with the award, Mr Nurujjaman expressed his gratitude, saying “this is a big honour for Taj Accountants as there are a countless number of small business accountants in London…this award will inspire me to continue to work hard in the accounting field and to continue to support a generation of successful businessman and entrepreneurs”
Mr Nurujjaman is equally active and driven in the community having won the London borough of Brent ‘Community Activist of the Year Award 2016-2017’, which he received earlier this year from the Mayor of Brent, Councillor Parvez Ahmed. This award recognised Mr Nurujjaman’s efforts in a variety of volunteer roles such as being the youngest ever elected director (director of international relations) in the history of BBCCI, a not-for profit organisation that promotes trade between the UK and Bangladesh. In addition, Mr Nurujjaman is deeply involved with charitable organisations such as the Human Relief Foundation, raising more than £60,000 in 2016 for Syrian refugees in an appeal that involved him trekking more than 90km along the Great Wall of China.