April 29, 2017
March 2010 Newsletter
BIBA Wishes Everyone a Happy Norouz
Norouz; a timeless message of
hope and striving for prosperity
Norouz, the 3000 year old Iranian New Year and now a world heritage, has arrived again, bringing with it, its universal and everlasting message of hope and solidarity for mankind through mutual understanding and striving for prosperity even in face of the most adverse conditions.
For us, the Custodians of this great celebration, Norouz acts as a living reminder of how our forefathers sought unity of purpose in their lives by sharing their happiness and achievements and preserved and passed this noble heritage to the future generations.
In a world that is fraught with inequalities, conflicts, insecurity and misunderstanding among all, we need to rekindle the message of festivities like Norouz as part of our daily lives, for a better future.
BRITISH-IRANIAN BUSINESS ASSOCIATION
PO Box 10473, London NW8 9ZE.
Tel: 0700 078 2221 Fax: 0700 078 2321 Mobile: 07831 295 201 Email: biba@london.com Website: www.BIBAuk.com
Designed and printed by Satrap Publishing, 271 King Street, London W6 9LZ. Tel: 020 8748 9397 www.satrap.co.uk
 
17 YEARS OF PROMOTING SUCCESS
 
     
   
     
     
 
BIBA 124 Meeting New York
BIBA is going back to New York
to take part in
New York Persian Parade
on 28th March 2010

to promote US-UK business links
as well as highlighting
the international social utility
of the NY Persian Parade
 
 
 
London Hilton, Park Lane, W1
Friday 27th March 2009
7 - 9 pm
 
 
 
 
 
Sunday, 12:00 pm, 28th of March 2010
Starting at Madison Ave and 41st St.
Ending at 2:30 pm at Madison Ave and 23rd St.
             
 
BIBA 2009 Report

BIBA 2009 Program
At BIBA we started the year 2009 looking at different methods of communication and promotion, under the heading of Business Social Sciences, by holding several fringe and one general meeting.
At BIBA 123rd Meeting, Camila Batmanghelidj shared with us her challenges and her successful methods of Public Relations that has put Kids Company at the forefront of social issues in the UK
The business community has a lot to learn from her, both in terms of social responsibility and public communication. Dr Amir Farman Farmaian, the other panelist, explored the adverse effects of Negative PR.
BIBA 123 Meeting Footage
The footage of 123rd meeting with Camila Batmanghelidj as the Guest Speaker is available on BIBAuk.com.
Be assured that you will find her message both inspirational and educational. We actually recommend that you watch the footage at least twice, and please share it with others.
http://www1.bibauk.com/Members/TVProgramm es/CamilasVideo/tabid/243/Default.aspx
     
In a year of economic devastation, Camila Batmanghelidj's achievement, raising over £50m towards saving and caring for vulnerable children in the UK, has been one of the few positive news. Therefore at BIBA we have dedicated 2009 in honour of Camila & Kids Company. http://www.kidsco.org.uk/
According to the London Evening Standard newspaper, Camila is now among the top 20 most influential figures in London.
 
             
New York Persian Parade, March 2010
What is New York Persian Parade?
N ew York Persian Parade is a non-profit cultural organisation with no affiliation to any political or religious group. The main activity of the NYPP is to organise, promote, facilitate, and conduct a cultural Persian parade on the third week of March, which coincides with the Iranian New Year, Norouz, on the Persian calendar as well as the spring vernal equinox.

The parade is a means to promote and introduce Persian culture, its historical achievement in art, folklore, science, and the Persian civilisation to the general public.
Founding members:
Dr Rudy Rezazadeh
Dr Niki Shabnam Rezazadeh
Board Of Directors
Kambiz Mofrad, Zoya Kaffai, Dr. Mahyar Nikpour, Mehri Radfar, Haleh Morshed, Kourosh Beyzavi, Lili Moin, Zohreh Hashemi Nasab, Atieh Taskindoust, Betty Emamian and Dr. Rasoul Hashemi Nasab
 
New York Persian Parade, March 2010
 
 
Y ou are cordially invited to come and celebrate the 7th Annual New York Persian Parade. Over 25,000 spectators will line in Madison between 23rd St and 39th St. to watch over 40+ different cultural themes, including floats, marching bands, dancers, and more, to showcase the great Persian history, and tradition. This Parade is also a celebration of the Persian New Year, Nowruz.

The parade promptly begins on Sunday morning at 12:00 pm, the 28th of March 2010. The Festival begins at Madison Ave and 41st St. and will end around 2:30 pm at Madison Ave and 23rd St.

Everyone is encouraged to continue the festivities with music at the end of the Parade route at Madison Square Park. There will be selections of Persian cuisine that can be purchased at the Park.
Camila Batmanghelidj
     
BIBA Wishes Everyone a Happy Norouz
Norouz; a timeless message of
hope and striving for prosperity
Norouz, the 3000 year old Iranian New Year and now a world heritage, has arrived again, bringing with it, its universal and everlasting message of hope and solidarity for mankind through mutual understanding and striving for prosperity even in face of the most adverse conditions.
For us, the Custodians of this great celebration, Norouz acts as a living reminder of how our forefathers sought unity of purpose in their lives by sharing their happiness and achievements and preserved and passed this noble heritage to the future generations.
In a world that is fraught with inequalities, conflicts, insecurity and misunderstanding among all, we need to rekindle the message of festivities like Norouz as part of our daily lives, for a better future.
BRITISH-IRANIAN BUSINESS ASSOCIATION
PO Box 10473, London NW8 9ZE.
Tel: 0700 078 2221 Fax: 0700 078 2321 Mobile: 07831 295 201 Email: biba@london.com Website: www.BIBAuk.com
Designed and printed by Satrap Publishing, 271 King Street, London W6 9LZ. Tel: 020 8748 9397 www.satrap.co.uk
 
17 YEARS OF PROMOTING SUCCESS
 
     
   
     
     
 
BIBA 124 Meeting New York
BIBA is going back to New York
to take part in
New York Persian Parade
on 28th March 2010

to promote US-UK business links
as well as highlighting
the international social utility
of the NY Persian Parade
 
 
 
London Hilton, Park Lane, W1
Friday 27th March 2009
7 - 9 pm
 
 
 
 
 
Sunday, 12:00 pm, 28th of March 2010
Starting at Madison Ave and 41st St.
Ending at 2:30 pm at Madison Ave and 23rd St.
             
 
BIBA 2009 Report

BIBA 2009 Program
At BIBA we started the year 2009 looking at different methods of communication and promotion, under the heading of Business Social Sciences, by holding several fringe and one general meeting.
At BIBA 123rd Meeting, Camila Batmanghelidj shared with us her challenges and her successful methods of Public Relations that has put Kids Company at the forefront of social issues in the UK
The business community has a lot to learn from her, both in terms of social responsibility and public communication. Dr Amir Farman Farmaian, the other panelist, explored the adverse effects of Negative PR.
BIBA 123 Meeting Footage
The footage of 123rd meeting with Camila Batmanghelidj as the Guest Speaker is available on BIBAuk.com.
Be assured that you will find her message both inspirational and educational. We actually recommend that you watch the footage at least twice, and please share it with others.
http://www1.bibauk.com/Members/TVProgramm es/CamilasVideo/tabid/243/Default.aspx
     
In a year of economic devastation, Camila Batmanghelidj's achievement, raising over £50m towards saving and caring for vulnerable children in the UK, has been one of the few positive news. Therefore at BIBA we have dedicated 2009 in honour of Camila & Kids Company. http://www.kidsco.org.uk/
According to the London Evening Standard newspaper, Camila is now among the top 20 most influential figures in London.
 
             
New York Persian Parade, March 2010
What is New York Persian Parade?
N ew York Persian Parade is a non-profit cultural organisation with no affiliation to any political or religious group. The main activity of the NYPP is to organise, promote, facilitate, and conduct a cultural Persian parade on the third week of March, which coincides with the Iranian New Year, Norouz, on the Persian calendar as well as the spring vernal equinox.

The parade is a means to promote and introduce Persian culture, its historical achievement in art, folklore, science, and the Persian civilisation to the general public.
Founding members:
Dr Rudy Rezazadeh
Dr Niki Shabnam Rezazadeh
Board Of Directors
Kambiz Mofrad, Zoya Kaffai, Dr. Mahyar Nikpour, Mehri Radfar, Haleh Morshed, Kourosh Beyzavi, Lili Moin, Zohreh Hashemi Nasab, Atieh Taskindoust, Betty Emamian and Dr. Rasoul Hashemi Nasab
 
New York Persian Parade, March 2010
 
 
Y ou are cordially invited to come and celebrate the 7th Annual New York Persian Parade. Over 25,000 spectators will line in Madison between 23rd St and 39th St. to watch over 40+ different cultural themes, including floats, marching bands, dancers, and more, to showcase the great Persian history, and tradition. This Parade is also a celebration of the Persian New Year, Nowruz.

The parade promptly begins on Sunday morning at 12:00 pm, the 28th of March 2010. The Festival begins at Madison Ave and 41st St. and will end around 2:30 pm at Madison Ave and 23rd St.

Everyone is encouraged to continue the festivities with music at the end of the Parade route at Madison Square Park. There will be selections of Persian cuisine that can be purchased at the Park.
Camila Batmanghelidj