How The Princes Trust Is Supporting Global Skills In Yorkshire
Anj Handa, Social Affairs Correspondent
Three years ago, former Indian TV Presenter Minoti Parikh moved to Leeds from Mumbai and made it her home. An experienced Master of Ceremonies who has hosted events including high-profile figures such as Indian PM, Narendra Modi, she has brought her considerable talent to Yorkshire.
She has presented at events such as the Yorkshire Indian Society Charity Ball, attended by the Lord Mayor of Leeds and the Deputy High Commissioner of India. Such events have given her a wealth of experience and a determination to succeed. As Minoti says:
"The UK is definitely one of the best countries for start-ups. This is in terms of the abundant support you have access to. I started This Pampered Life because I saw an opportunity to offer something unique".
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At the highest point of the property, he went down on his knee to propose.
Presumably she said yes, since the day was rounded off with a candle-lit gourmet dinner for two!
Being a Yorkshire based business, Minoti feels proud to have the opportunity to promote the services of over 150 local vendors from across the county. Minoti believes that Yorkshire has a lot to offer, not just to locals but also to national and international travellers.
She adds "There is a growing diverse population in our county and it definitely adds value to what we can offer as a business. We are proud to have created experience days for individuals and families belonging to over 20 different nationalities."
Minoti further adds "It is great when clients are happy to explore 'out of the box' ideas such as organising a photo shoot at quaint countryside locations in Yorkshire or taking a day trip to study the history of the industrial towns of our region."
How The Princes Trust Is Supporting Global Skills In Yorkshire, 13th April 2017, 8:58 AM