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Appt Corporation has been nominated by its local MP Virendra Sharma as his 2017 Constituency Responsible Business Champion, which celebrates the achievements of local businesses that demonstrate corporate responsibility. As part of this recognition, Appt Corporation – which is based in Southall – will also be put forward for consideration amongst other MPs’ nominations for the APCRG National Responsible Business Champion award 2017. These nominees will be short-listed by a Parliamentary judging panel and the winner will be announced at …

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 Acorn House College in Southall was relaunched on Saturday 2nd September and Atul Pathak, Appt Corporation’s Managing Director was there to help kick off the new academic year.  He joined various members of the college’s governing body and the local community, as well as local MP Virendra Sharma to relaunch the college on behalf of the Regent Group, the college’s new proprietors. Atul was amongst those who gave a speech at the event to talk about the positive impact the college …

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Appt Corporation t/a McDonald’s has joined forces with BTWSC to take a stand against fly-tipping and littering in the Brent area. Managing Director of Appt Corporation, Atul Pathak, attended a resident and stakeholder meeting, hosted by BTWSC, on 25th August at the Brent Civic Centre, with the aim of tackling the issues of fly-tipping and litter in the local neighbourhood. BTWSC is a Brent-based pan-London organisation, dedicated to developing the potential of all individuals, particularly those who may not usually …

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 Appt Corporation is thrilled to announce that it has become the kit sponsor for Metropolitan Police Football Club. A kit handover took place at the Colindale restaurant on 23rd August, where Atul Pathak, Managing Director of Appt Corporation, met four representatives of the team: Borough Commander of Barnet, Simon Rose, as well as Mandeep Dhillion, Gareth Evans (goalkeeper) and PC Patrick Lawrence, team captain. Based at Imber Court in Surrey, Metropolitan Police FC play in the Isthmian League Premier Division. …

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Appt Corporation has been awarded the South East Regional Apprenticeship Champion at the National Family Business Awards 2017. Atul Pathak, Managing Director, and four Appt Corporation employees received the award at a ceremony held at Wembley Stadium on 15th July. The Awards, founded in 2009, recognise and celebrate family run businesses across the country. Appt Corporation, which is owned by Atul Pathak, was praised for its commitment to its team members as well as its emphasis on promoting from within; …

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Appt Corporation has been named as a finalist in all three of the awards, it was put forward for, in the National Family Business Awards 2017. Appt Corporation has been nominated for the Apprentice Champion, Big Heart and Entrepreneur of the Year awards and is hugely excited about the awards ceremony on the 15th July, when the winners will be announced.  The National Family Business Awards, founded in 2009, recognise and celebrate outstanding family businesses right across the UK. The …

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Appt Corporation was delighted to welcome some of the young people from St. Ann’s School, a secondary special school in Ealing for youngsters with learning disabilities, to its Southall restaurant. The trip was part of the ‘Ealing Borough Specialist Careers Cluster’ project, where Appt Corporation has joined in a partnership with Business Education Events to give a large number of children a greater understanding of the work place. As part of the visit, the McDonald’s Team Members in Southall spoke …

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Appt Corporation has joined social enterprise Business Education Events in its work to bridge the gap between young people in education and the world of work by signing up to the ‘Ealing Specialist Careers Cluster’ project. This is one of twelve projects across London designed to improve the quality of career advice in both special needs and mainstream secondary schools. The key aim of the project is to encourage schools and businesses to learn from each other. While students benefit …