As a longstanding partner of the Asian Media Awards, Cleartwo is honoured to participate in the tenth annual award ceremony, and we can’t wait to see this year’s winners.
While we love a party, these nights are so much more than an excuse to dress up, and we’re so happy to see the good they do for our communities and the wider media industry.
It’s inspiring to see so many young professionals, creators and celebrities in this room – you’ve all achieved amazing things, and we can’t wait to see what you do next.
For over nine years now, we’ve supported the Awards with graphic design, video production and tech support, helping to turn Arif & Shuiab’s dream into a reality.
We’ve had a hand in creating everything from the announcement videos to the glossy brochures, helping create the AMA brand and refining the presentation of these prestigious awards.
Although it’s a small part of what makes the Asian Media Awards so inspiring, we’re proud of the hard work our team have put into the ceremony and publicity materials, as it’s a cause that is close to our hearts.
Since we first heard about the awards, we knew it was a cause we wanted to support, as Cleartwo is dedicated to giving back to the community and supporting organisations that make the world a better place.
We’ve done a lot of work for charitable causes over the years, like the Macmillan coffee morning we hosted on the 30th of September and our ongoing work with mosques and community centres in Greater Manchester.
We’ve come a long way since our humble beginnings, and our team continues to grow as we recruit more people into the Cleartwo family and take on exciting new projects.
Back in 2013, we never could have imagined that the AMA’s would grow so large or that we’d be toasting your success at the Hilton, but we’re so happy to be part of your journey.
The Asian Media Awards recognise and celebrate the accomplishments of Asian people in the media industry, from TV presenters to playwrights and activists, who have worked hard to succeed.
But they’re more than just a celebration of these (admittedly impressive) achievements, as the AMAs have boosted the careers of everyone involved, helping people secure roles and opportunities by raising awareness of their work and helping them meet like-minded people in the industry.
Previous winners and nominees alike have all seen their careers boosted by the recognition and prestige of the awards, so whether you’re here to network or just have a good time, let’s spread the love and help each other out.
As we celebrate your achievements and congratulate each other on all our hard work, let’s raise a glass to the amazing accomplishments of the British Asian community!
When the Asian Media Awards started, we had just moved into our office in Shaw Heath, and now we’re settling into a brand new office in the centre of Stockport: I guess you could say that the more things change, the more they stay the same.
We’re so proud of the work the AMA’s do to highlight and honour influential figures in our communities, and we look forward to supporting and attending many more nights like this.
This year’s Asian Media Awards return to the Hilton Manchester Deansgate on Friday October 28.
Previous recipients of an Asian Media Award include Krishnan Guru-Murthy, Waris Hussein, Art Malik, Mehdi Hasan, Nina Wadia, Anita Rani, Shobna Gulati, Faisal Islam & Adil Ray.
The University of Salford are Premier Partners to the Asian Media Awards.
Partners to the awards include ITV, MediaCom, Reach PLC, Manchester Evening News & TheBusinessDesk.com.
The awards are also supported by Manchester Metropolitan University, AMT Lawyers, DKR Accountants, 6G Internet, Hilton Manchester Deansgate, Fritz AV, Payal Events & Cleartwo.