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Arbind Ray's discipline stems from both creative and commercial perspectives; and is therefore in the fortunate position to maintain a balance between the two. "It's a challenge, and quite honestly a juggling act at times, but if you can't have fun in this industry, then you're in the wrong business" he says with a hint of adventure in his eyes.
oversees, advises and assists in relation to general strategy, negotiations
and commercial viability of projects in development, having spent the
past decade as a senior consultant in the corporate sector specialising
in Explosives Ordinance Devices & Electronic Surveillance and Countersurveillance
Measures equipment. In addition to dignitaries and
show-business personalities, Arbind has advised Governments and Law
Enforcement Agencies world-wide. Quite naturally projects in development
benefit greatly from Arbind Ray's wide and varied contacts and substantial
experience in inter-national trade.
served on the Executive committee of The London Chamber of Commerce
& Industry as well as The Bank of England, Arbind Ray is finally
able to concentrate on his lifelong passion of being creative on a professional
Even before delving into the business of setting up multiple retail
outlets, Arbind has always been involved in showbusiness. Take for example
Honey's Boogie Woogie Nights. Special Guests below were invited as Judges
for Honey's Dance Academy's Award Ceremony
Prior to the above Arbind had organised several Fashion Shows and Concerts, both for the private sector as well as for Luton Borough Council promoting designer clothes for six leading UK fashion houses specialising in Asian ready made garments. Some of the Models who performed for Arbind's shows went on to appear on television.
Concerts include a star studded line-up of Bollywood artistes on stage in Spain and at the Wembley Arena in the UK.
Ex-member of the Cockpit Theatre, West London.
as 2nd Juror in "Twelve Angry People" an adaptation from Reginald
Rose' "Twelve Angry Men".
Oscar Wilde's "The Importance of Being Ernest" - co-starred as Algernon in this popular 2 hour 45 mins play.
Ex-Founder Member > London Youth Arts Performance Society.
Ex-Liaison Officer > The Movement And Dramatic Arts Centre (MADAC), a charity based organisation supported by the Redbridge Council and The Prince's Trust. Provided motivational training based on Personal Development. Imparted training exercises to students based on Konstantin Stanislavski's Method School of Acting.