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ABOUT THE EVENT
The "#Young #Inspiring #Entrepreneurs #Convention (YIEC): for the #Halal market" serves as a platform where #entrepreneurs and #business leaders from around the world would discuss the current and emerging trends in the growing #Islamic consumer market. The YIEC is tailor made to especially benefit young entrepreneurs ranging from age 18 to 40.
To be held on 21 - 22 November 2017, this two-day #conference in #Singapore is expected to gather around 400 business executives as well as decision makers in the Islamic business and financial sector.
There will be plenty of activities taking place in the event, including #panel discussions and also business #networking sessions.
The seminar sessions will cover a wide range of topics which are essential for young Muslim entrepreneurs and other executives who wish to enter the market to understand about in the Islamic Market. This includes an overview of the current Islamic Economy, marketing strategies to the Muslim Market, Islamic investment opportunities and more. Business leaders will also be sharing their experiences and entrepreneurial journey.
The YIEC is the ideal opportunity to find out the latest news in the international halal industry. With its global outreach to the major industry players and stakeholders in this growing market, it is the ideal platform to uncover the current and emerging trends in this dynamic industry, and make contact with the individuals who have a hand in shaping this constantly evolving industry.
1. Foster greater understanding between Muslim and non-Muslim entrepreneurs
2. Inspire ideas that can stimulate positive changes in the Islamic market
3. Identify and encourage #venture into Halal industries
4. Creating opportunities for young Muslim entrepreneurs
The Young Islamic Entrepreneurs Convention aims to attract about 400 business #executives, #CEOs, #consultants, angel #investors, #academics, industry #leaders and anyone interested to enter the Islamic market. Despite the name of the event, non-Muslims are also welcomed to take part.