MTM Awards …10th Anniversary!
There are seven categories with 24 Awards up for grabs!
IF YOU ARE A FINALIST FOR AN AWARD YOU ARE REQUESTED TO ATTEND THE EVENT.
Please do not proceed if you are not prepared to attend.
The judges’ decisions are final and no correspondence will be entered into.
Just CLICK on the category nominated and access the MTM Questionnaire!
When you decide you’re going to win, winning is not about luck… it’s about making that decision.
As we celebrate our 1oth anniversary we thank all our nominees, finalist, winners, brand ambassadors, and our partners for being there when needed most. The year 2020 and 2021 has been very challenging for all but Together We Achieved!
MTM Awards understands each nominee, embraces and celebrates the rich dimensions of diversity contained within each individual ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, physical abilities, religious beliefs, or other ideologies.
MTM Awards is about ‘Bringing Communities Together.
MTM Awards is a leading player in promoting and honouring diverse business and community groups. We are renowned for pushing boundaries and offering nominees an extraordinary experience of a lifetime to showcase their excellence & achievements in business and community work and audiences a world-class Glittering Gala Award Evening. MTM Awards provide a unique opportunity to recognise and award the Asian, Black & Ethnic communities that inspire and excel in business and community work.
MTM AWARDS 10TH ANNIVERSARY GLITTERING GALA AWARD EVENING
We are so glad that we have been granted permission to name our community awards after some of the legends of Bristol and the South-West. We thank them for supporting the MTM Awards and hope the named awards will inspire other diverse communities.
MTM BATOOK PANDYA LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD
Batook Pandya MBE was the first recipient of the MTM Lifetime Achievement Award in 2012. He was director of Stand Against Racism and Inequality (S A R I ) and had been closely involved with SARI since it was established in the city in 1988. Batook’s tireless campaign to make a difference and unstoppable passion and dedication for fighting for equality for all has been his life’s work. As a young man, he experienced racial harassment; while working at a pub during his engineering apprenticeship, he mastered the art of dealing with constant racial banter and gained the respect of employers and customers.
His involvement with S A R I in 1988 gave the group a voice and a strong character that stood firm against racial harassment and discrimination in the city. It was Batook’s determination and commitment to tackle racial injustices that have seen SARI grow from strength to strength and touched so many lives.