Atul Pathak


Atul receiving the Parvasi Award from the Non-Resident Indian Institute (NRI) in Delhi.
Atul with Chris Wormall, Area Commercial Director at HSBC, after receiving the 'Franchisee of the Year' award at the English Asian Business Awards
Atul receives British Airways' Community Champion Award and is pictured with Denise Lewis OBE; Keith Williams, British Airways Chief Executive; and Virendra Sharma MP.
Atul is honored for his fundraising efforts to support the work of the Heart and Stroke Research Campaign, along with with Professor Colin Green Professor Colin Green, Founder of the Northwick Park Institute for Medical Research; The Rt Hon Dominic Grieve QC MP.
Atul receives the 'Social Entrepreneur of the Year' award at the GG2 Leadership Awards.
Atul's team receive the 'Business of the Year' award, on behalf of Atul, at the Asian Lite Business Awards.
Atul at the English Asian Business Awards
Athul wins the 2015 Global Punjabi Society Award

Atul has been recognised on a number of occasions for his achievements in business and for his work within local communities.

  • Leader of the decade, The Women Economic Forum (2017) The award received by Atul Pathak was under the category of Iconic Leaders Creating a Better World for All, celebrating those who contribute considerably to their community as well as other charity initiatives
  • Outstanding Community Leader and Friend, Friends Circle International (2016) This award was presented to Atul Pathak by His Excellency Mr Navtej Singh Sarna, former High Commissioner of India to the Court of St. James in recognition of his support for the community in which he serves

  • Officer of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire (2015) Atul was awarded the Officer of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire (OBE) for his Service to Entrepreneurship in the Queen’s Birthday Honours List in 2015
  • Global Punjabi Society Award (2015)                                                                                 Winner of the Global Punjabi Society Award acknowledging Atul’s significant contribution to the community.
  • Business Charity Champion, Business Charity Awards (2014)
    The Business Charity Business Champion award is awarded to business leaders who excel in promoting corporate support for charities in his or her own company and generally across the private sector

  • Pride of Punjab Award (2013)
    Recognition by the Punjabi Society for Great Britain for bringing honour to their community and country
  • London Borough of Ealing Pride in the Community Awards (2013)
    For work over a decade in the local communities that are served by Appt Corporation-run McDonald’s Restaurants
  • Swami Vivekanand 150th Birthday Anniversary Award (2013)
    Recognition by the Metropolitan Police Hindu Association and the Hindu Academy for his contribution as a successful Hindu businessman in the UK
  • British Airways’ Community Champion Award (2012)
    Recognising individuals for their outstanding contribution to their local community
  • Business of the Year Award, Asian Lite Business Awards (2012)
    Honours Asian Businessmen and women from across the UK who have excelled in their respective fields, especially those in professional, cultural and charity sectors.
  • Franchisee of the Year Award, English Asian Business Awards (2012)
    This award recognises an individual who has successfully expanded a franchise.
  • Pravasi Award, Non-Resident Indian Institute (2012)
    This honour is given to 20 people of Indian origin living in India and abroad, for their outstanding achievements in their chosen field of activities, and for their contribution to the socio-economic development of India and the country of their adoption.
  • Social Entrepreneur of the Year, GG2 Leadership Awards (2011)
    The awards ceremony is the biggest celebration of ethnic minority talent in Britain, and also celebrates multiculturalism. This particular award recognises entreprenuerism that also has a social purpose.
  • Ealing Community Award (2011)
    Honouring those who work selflessly in the community to help others or go beyond the call of duty.