4th International Halal Market Conference: Halal - An Engine of Growth and Opportunity (IHMC 2009)

Venue: Brunei International Convention Centre

Location: Brunei Darussalam

Event Date/Time: Aug 01, 2009 End Date/Time: Aug 02, 2009
Registration Date: Jul 31, 2009
Early Registration Date: Jun 30, 2009
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4th International Halal Market Conference: Halal – An Engine of Growth and Opportunity
1-2 August 2009
International Convention Centre, Brunei Darussalam

This year, with the ongoing concern about the state of the global economy, the IHMC 2009 will focus on the pivotal role that the Halal industry can play as an engine of growth for economic recovery.

Despite the global economic downturn, the demand for Halal products and services has never been higher.

Global interest in Halal continues to grow with the implementation of new standards, commercial developments and international joint ventures. The Halal sector is emerging as a powerful engine of growth in the global economy.

As a Malay Islamic Monarchy, Brunei Darussalam has made a strong commitment to the development of the Halal sector, both as an Islamic responsibility, as well as a means of economic strength and diversification.

In 2008, Brunei’s IHMC 2008 set a new standard for high quality, industry-led conference content.

Themed “The Emergence Of The Halal Market Economy”, the IHMC 2008 brought together leading Halal sector specialists to review the progress of this exciting new market paradigm.

This year’s IHMC 2009, themed “Halal – An Engine for Growth and Opportunity”, presents a selection of topics that will address issues of global market concern, as well as to showcase the advances that Brunei’s Halal agenda has made in recent years.

Conference sessions will include:

Brunei’s Role in the Global Halal Market
Developing Infrastructure for the Halal Industry
Marketing Halal Products & Services
Halal Guidelines for the Pharmaceutical Sector
Halal Standards Development for the OIC
Halal Ingredients - the Key to Market Expansion
Analysis & Testing Methods in Halal Science
The Business of Halal - Balancing Priorities

Speakers from Canada, USA, United Kingdom, Japan, Malaysia and Brunei Darussalam have been invited to speak on these topics, and share their professional experience in these fields.

There will be Panel Sessions to give the audience the opportunity to ask relevant questions to these experts.

For anyone working in the Halal industry this will be an ideal time to network with Halal specialists from around the globe and update yourself on how Halal can be an engine of growth and opportunity for your business, and your country.

For more information go to: www.halalfocus.com