British Bangladeshi owns more than eighty percent of the 3.6 billion pound valued UK curry industry. It satisfies with its various foods the appetite of the royal family as well as the mass.
Back in 1960, these entrepreneurs, with their 12,000 restaurants, established the powerful organisation called Bangladesh Caterers Association (BCA). Besides upholding the different interests of the people related to this industry, BCA played active role for Bangladesh in times of disaster like flood and cyclone. Recently, BCA held its Annual Award Ceremony and Gala Dinner at a five star hotel in Central London with presence of powerful ministers and MPs from the opposition.
In an exclusive interview, Pasha Khondoker, the newly elected President of BCA has spoken on problems and potential of the curry industry prevailing in the UK.
Greetings from BCA, your national organisation representing the curry industry since 1960, I am pleased to share with you that our flagship event BCA Awards and Annual Dinner 2012 will be held on Sunday, 9th December 2012 at Park Plaza Westminster Hotel, (200 Westminster Bridge Road, London SE1 7UT).