The Yorkshire Asian Business Association are here to provide a voice for business on a regional, national and international level. Pulling out all the stops for your business, we will support you no matter what your size or your sector.
Our aims and objectives
The Yorkshire Asian Business holds a niche for international knowledge and expertise. Focusing on this, we aim to help businesses in Yorkshire create international trade links and better their prospects.
To continually monitor the needs of its members and the broader business community and effectively respond to the changing needs of its members which the business environment generates.
To effectively represent its members at all levels within the business community by actively driving forward relevant business issues and seeking clarification of issues which may, do or will affect its members.
To actively seek partnerships with other organisations which can assist in the attainment of YABA’s mission.
To communicate and inform members of issues and initiatives which can assist in the better management of their operations.
To facilitate opportunities where effective networking can occur for its members.
2017 Awards Dinner
TICKETS ARE AVAILABLE NOW!
An evening of incredible entertainment, high profile speakers, a delicious 3 course Indian fusion dinner, and the opportunity to network with business leaders from across the region. Last year’s event had a waiting list, so book early to avoid disappointment.
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Dear YABA Member Date: Thursday 23rd March 2017 | Timings: 17:30 – 20:00 At the next YABA Cultural Event Stephen Noblett from DIT, will share his knowledge on World Foods: Doing Business in the Middle East, the event has been sponsored by Saudi Airlines and will take...read more
Dear Member On behalf of the YABA membership I would like to pay tribute to the outstanding YABA Special Award winner Sir Kenneth Duncan Morrison, Former Chief Executive of W Morrison’s. At 21 years of age, Sir Ken grew his small family market stalls into one of the...read more
PM Theresa May’s first trade visit outside the EU was to India, which underlines the importance of the relationship between the two countries. PM David Cameron visited India three times. Indian PM Narendra Modi hosted an event at Wembley stadium for 60,000 people in...read more