Virtual Halal Expo & Summit USA

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Life after the pandemic caused by Covid-19 will never be the same; the way business is done has changed as well. We believe that it is time to adjust in order to recover. That is why we have decided to adapt the virtual life for our business to make sure we all succeed.
 
After two years of successful Halal Expo & Summit events in the US, we are continuing this year with a virtual platform where we provide functions like the conventional off-line events. It provides the collaborative interaction between organizers, exhibitors and our highly skilled team who are committed to delivering a wide range of services in a virtual environment. 
 
The virtual venue was designed with a lobby, exhibition halls, executive lounge, stage and a live chef’s kitchen experience.
 
We are putting every effort to give you the same or better experience in meeting and engaging with your customers. That’s why the Virtual Halal Expo & Summit 2020 is different from any other virtual experiences you may have had. It’s live, interactive, visual, virtual, exciting, and halal. 
 
You will be able to meet, talk and share your products & services with live guests as a usual. Your customers will be able to see and examine your products virtually. You will be able to set up meetings and engage with them to sell and make deals.
 
We don’t want you to miss a chance to do business as a usual, but so with a little more creativity and imagination, we can bring every idea to grow your business.
 
Join this new and thrilling Virtual Halal Expo & Summit 2020 from October 16th and 17th as an exhibitor, sponsor or a visitor. This will be like nothing you’ve ever experienced before!

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Schedule

· Stage
Opening Ceremony
A welcome note by event organizers, guest speakers and will offer a highlight of the two day event.
Marwan Ahmad
· Sessions
The Halal research is out: Can you afford to ignore the numbers?
Halal is a global, multibillion dollar business. A discussion of the growth potential for an expansion in the US, participation in the global market.
Quintin Gray
· Sessions
Why can't Muslims agree on halal standards?
An overview of what “halal” means, its origin, what the general standards for “halal,” and to what the overall concept of halal may apply.
Mansoor Umar
· Sessions
Who are the halal certifiers and who gave them the power?
Halal certification is becoming increasingly important not only to ensure compliance, but also as a branding and marketing asset for your business.
Peter Unger
· Stage
Lunch Break
· Sessions
Halal consumers: How do they know your products are really halal? How do you?
A look at how retail establishments can verify from the supply end that the products they end up selling are really halal.
Marwan Ahmad
· Sessions
Are Halal laws only on paper? Who regulates or enforces them?
The session explores the enforcement of halal standards in the US through state and federal law.
· Sessions
Stop complaining about COVID-19 and get back to business
Companies will have to adapt to the “new normal” post-COVID-19. How companies can innovate in the halal space through online tools.
Marwan Ahmad
· Sessions
Are halal investment, estate and finance really halal or just a gimmick?
Increasingly investors are looking for investments and financing that meet certain standards, such as ethics, sustainability, and compliance.
Abed Awad
· Sessions
With hospitals and prisons going halal, what's next?
Exploring the degree to which halal is now in mainstream services, products, and strategies, and how it is increasing with the demand of Muslim communities.
· Stage
Jumma and Lunch Break
· Sessions
Is "halal tourism" a real thing?
As consumers demand more healthy, family-friendly, drug- and alcohol-free tourism opportunities, businesses are responding.
· Sessions
Hype or Hope: The Vision for the Global Halal Market of the Future
The lack of controls, consistency, and standardization across federal and state means that improvement is needed in regulation and oversight
Dr Md Mahfujur  Rahman
· Sessions
Expert Debate session: Halal pros and halal cons
· Sessions
Awards Gala - "The power of halal"
The Award Gala will include keynote speaker, entertainment and awards to top halal businesses in four different category.

Speakers

Dr Md Mahfujur  Rahman
Dr Md Mahfujur Rahman

Visiting Senior Lecturer, IBS Universiti Utara Malaysia

Mansoor Umar
Mansoor Umar

Vice President Halal Watch World LLC

Peter Unger
Peter Unger

Vice President & Principal Consultant of IQEIS & President Emeritus of A2LA

Abed Awad
Abed Awad

Islamic family and inheritance law

Quintin Gray
Quintin Gray

Former Agriculture Counselor at U.S. Embassies

Marwan Ahmad
Marwan Ahmad

President of American Halal Council and organizer of Halal Expo & Summit

Tickets

From $0.00 to $50.00
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