The British Business Summit

British Business Summit is an initiative for Pakistani and British Entrepreneurs, Technologists, Manufacturers, Service Providers, and Agriculturists to strengthen their business ties and expand their business horizons in Great Britain.

A one-day event with notable speakers and industry experts to facilitate and expedite the process.

Partnered with the local Government of the Bradford Council.

 History Bradford

`Broad Ford’, later known as Bradford, was first settled in Saxon times and by the Middle Ages had developed into a small town centered on Kirkgate, Westgate, and Ivegate. The ‘Manor of Bradford’ was first held by the De Lacy family until 1311, then in turn by the Earls of Lincoln, John Gaunt, and the Crown before being transferred to private ownership in 1620. After the uprising.

Bradford was devastated in 1070 against the Norman Conquest but began to expand slowly over the next two hundred years as the wool trade became increasingly important. The Civil War caused a decline in industry, but with the entry of William and Mary in 1689, prosperity began to return. The birth of the manufacturing industry in the early 18th century marked the beginning of the city’s growth while new canals and toll roads encouraged commerce.

In the early 19th century, Bradford was a small rural town of 16,000 people, where wool spinning and weaving were done in cottages and local farms. In 1841 there were 38 raw wool mills in the town of Bradford and 70 in the county and it is estimated that two-thirds of the country’s wool production was processed in Bradford. Less than ten years later, Bradford had become the weaving capital of the world with a population of 100,000, leading to the development of a strong manufacturing and engineering base and an important financial center that has since that was no longer prosperous. Industrial growth led to the rapid expansion of the city. Between 1800 and 1850, Bradford grew from a country town among woods and fields into a sprawling city that filled the valleys. The town center grew and its old buildings were largely replaced by new ones with lavish Victorian architecture still intact to this day. Bradford was granted city status on June 9, 1897, and became an urban district council in 1974. Although textiles have declined in recent years, the local economy has diversified and the region This sector currently has impressive engineering, printing, packaging, chemicals, finance, banking, and exports. Career. The high-tech and media industries also thrive in a city that is always moving with the times while maintaining the skills, quality, and innovation for which it has built a global reputation.

City of Bradford Metropolitan District Council

is the local authority of the City of Bradford in West Yorkshire, England. It is a metropolitan district council, one of five in West Yorkshire and one of 36 in the metropolitan counties of England, and provides the majority of local government services in Bradford. Since 1 April 2014 it has been a constituent council of the West Yorkshire Combined Authority.

The Partnership TJP & BDMC – For BBS Initiative

This initiative is jointly taken for strengthening the business ties between Pakistan & UK primarily.


Bradford is the 5th largest metropolitan authority in England with a growing population of 542,100. 26.3% of the population are aged under 18 compared with 21.4% nationally making Bradford the youngest city in the UK. Bradford has a diverse population with ethnic minorities making up 36% of the total population. There are 160 languages spoken by children attending schools in the district.

Economic Strategy

Bradford Economic Partnership has an Economic Strategy for the Bradford district that focuses on identifying the actions that will bring the most benefit to Bradford’s economy. Following an inclusive consultation process, Bradford’s Economic Recovery Board has developed an ambitious new plan to support the district’s recovery from Covid-19. The Bradford District’s Economic Recovery Plan sets out how partners will sustain jobs and boost productivity whilst building an inclusive, sustainable, and resilient local economy.

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