Tech start up, AnonCare has been named as finalist for ‘Best in Creative Industries’ at the 5th British Indian Awards 2017, a prestigious event that honours British Indians for their achievements worldwide.

Dubbed by the media as the ‘Sikh Mark Zuckerberg’, the entrepreneur behind the innovation is AnonCare Founder Jyotveer Singh, who successfully fused technology and shared human values of care and compassion to create interdependency in the wider community.

The web and app based network focuses its efforts on connecting people to create a shared responsibility for the wellbeing of others. People from across the world use AnonCare to share issues or concerns whilst tapping into the world’s collective wisdom for advice and support. With so many countries involved, the average response time is ten minutes.

Jyotveer Singh, AnonCare Founder and CEO said: “I am delighted AnonCare is a finalist for the British Indian Awards 2017. The awards not only celebrate our common heritage but also the ideals that help us make a positive difference.

“AnonCare demonstrates that values can inform technology, create cohesion and impact the world. I am honoured for the nomination.”

Supported by the School of for Social Entrepreneurs programme, Jyotveer is making a social impact in the worlds poorer economies as well as the UK.

Charles Rapson, CEO of School for Social Entrepreneurs Midlands said: “Jyotveer is an exceptional and caring person who has developed a software that enables people from all backgrounds to share compassion and love around the world. His hard work and determination is making a huge difference to people all over the globe and bringing them peace and hope at times when they need it most.”

The glamorous event promises to be the biggest and most unforgettable night in this year’s events calendar. Numerous prestigious accolades will be awarded to the most deserving professionals and establishments in the British Indian community, including categories such as Best in Media, Young Achiever of the Year, Leaders in Finance, Business of the Year and many others.

Irfan Younis, CEO of Oceanic Consulting said: “We are delighted to see so many people getting involved in The British Indian Awards over the years. We have had a fantastic response from the public and we are looking forward to welcoming and acknowledging the most dedicated and successful British Indian professionals and businesses in a celebration of their tireless work and achievements. We would like to wish all the finalists the best of luck.”

The awards ceremony will be held at The Athena, Leicester on 14 June 2017.