17 March 1990 (age 28) Birmingham, UK
|Occupation||Entrepreneur, Speaker, Philanthropist|
Joel Attwal (born 1990) is an British Entrepreneur, speaker, life coach and active philanthropist.
Attwal was born in Birmingham, in 1990; career started at 17, and decided to move to London at 20 to branch out for more opportunities and establish his footprint.
He founded Puzsol at 20, the name came from Puzzle Solutions, whereby affluent HNWI and UHNWI individuals would bring their day to day issues or challenges such as; restaurants that individuals could not get a table, private jet charter requirements to arranging private meet and greets with celebrities which the firm will fulfil those requirements.
After the market becoming saturated, the firm was streamlined into focusing on property management, offering private security, and changed approach as a family office.
Simultaneous to running a family office, Attwal, worked on side ventures such as brokering brand deals with celebrities, product placements, brokering real estate, coal and metal supply and shipment.
A major achievement occurred when his work was recognised by the Damilola Taylor Trust, who had a subsidiary organisation called Spirit of London, it was Attwal who supported the Spirit of London Awards with brokering relationship with tier 1 banks to gain financial support and investment, his work was recognised by at that present time Prime Minister David Cameron.
Attwal is a confident, dynamic and speaker who carries strong stage presence to engage with public audience to depict and articulate words to paint clear picture in overcome life challenges. Attwal has worked for many Christian charity organisations as well as hosted his own events.
Attwal has conducted several outreaches which include sponsoring local communities to develop deprived neighbourhoods, funding missions trip to provide humanitarian aid to remote cities, and disaster relief campaigns and support restoration work.
Joel Attwal Ministries Website
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