Shiraz Boghani’s Role in Sussex Healthcare Facility
Shiraz Boghani has performed roles beyond standard to make sure that the patients are subjected to effective care that they deserve. Besides, he is a pioneering co-founder of the Sussex Healthcare facility. In regards, he has put in place mechanisms that ensure that patients are overseen by a passionate staff as well as board members who regularly check the facility to examine the patients. In particular, Shiraz Boghani has gone an extra mile to donate millions from his pool into the facility to advance on the services that the facility provides. Also, he is always at peace to support the facility that values peace, happiness, and support for the families. He has a sound guiding principle that always put the patients at the center of facilities activities through proper treatment plans and care packages to meet their deemed prerequisites.
Shiraz Boghani’s Role at Splendid Hospitality
Being the chairman of Splendid Hospitality, Shiraz Boghani’s most celebrated role is to pursue management roles of the company at large. Splendid Hospitality Group LLP is the first company that Shiraz Boghani developed in the year 1986 which have currently been diversified to some hotels in the broader UK.
Awards Shiraz Boghani Received
While performing management roles at Splendid Hospitality Group, Shiraz Boghani was lately thrilled at the Asian Business Awards 2016 when he was bestowed the “Hotelier” of the year award. This award was seemingly essential and respected as it involved high-profiled figures such as journalist Amit Roy, the constituent managing editor of the AGM Kalpesh R Solanki as well as the executive editor known as Shailesh R Solanki, Yorkshire Member of Parliament by the name Rishi Sunak among other iconic figures. This award based much on the acknowledgment of practical leadership skills as well as preparedness to perform beyond the expectation of the company.
Shiraz Boghani’s Education’s Life
He is an accredited holder of the Chartered Accountant certificate. Upon leaving Kenya to the UK in the year 1969, he also enrolled in training as an accountant.