We participate in a range of activities to support our fellow business community and to support economically deprived communities. Company partners, Rajeev and Sherad Dewedi, actively participate in support networks including
Inspired Neighbourhoods and Bradford Breakthrough. Find out more about our community engagement activities. https://shenward.com/company-overview/our-community
As a firm and as individuals we undertake a range of activities to support communities both locally and further afield.
Shenward enjoys an excellent reputation with public organisations, visionary entrepreneurs, and politicians. Mr Rajeev Dewedi is actively participating in support networks and working towards better community and benefit of economically deprived communities and businesses. Rajeev takes an active part in various governmental bodies. He is known for his contributions and efforts to support and strengthen Hindu Cultural Society in Bradford. He is also the Director of “Inspired Neighbourhoods”, a central government initiative to support communities and neighbourhoods in Bradford working closely with similar organisations. Rajeev is also a founding member of the Regional Pravasi Bhartiya Divas whose aim is to connect India with its vast Indian Diaspora, bringing their knowledge, expertise, and skills together.
Rajeev is also a Board Member of the Yorkshire Asian Business Association (YABA) which aims to provide a platform for businesses to network and interact. YABA also seeks to connect British businesses with India and supports them to establish their market presence.
Due to Sherad’s passion and commitment to help Bradford develop and prosper, Sherad is a Member of Bradford Breakthrough. Their objective is to make Bradford a better place to live, work and visit and to do business and invest. They also seek to advocate, to influence and to make a difference for the benefit of Bradford and its businesses. He is also keen to support the young population of Bradford and mentors a number of local students as they progress through their academic careers.