Healthy Living, Tech Talks, Global Fashion Trends and more...

Check out all the goings on in the Salaam Gateway Seminar Room at London Muslim Lifestyle Show this Easter Bank Holiday Weekend.

Seminar discussions have always been the beating heart of the London Muslim Lifestyle Show. It is a place where some of the leading Muslim business entrepreneurs and professionals come together to discuss industry specific topics, offering free expertise to budding business men and women, providing inspiration that will help shape the wider community.

These seminars provide the most insightful advice available for start-ups that are taking the first steps towards starting a business, and more established small and medium-sized enterprises. These platforms are one of the many ways in which The London Muslim Lifestyle show is helping to develop the local halal economy.

This year, the Salaam Gateway Seminar Room will be host to a whole range of engaging and cutting-edge subjects. For those not aware of Salaam Gateway, they are the leading provider of industry news, information and data to Islamic Economy professionals, assisting them in the ongoing growth of their businesses and enterprises. A collaboration between Dubai Islamic Economy Development Centre and Thomson Reuters, Salaam Gateway brings together industry relevant intelligence by Islamic Economy experts, analysts and thought leaders.

Halal Ad: Marketing Done Right for Muslims by Muslims, will begin the sessions at 11am Saturday morning, offering advice on how to market your brand to the Muslim consumer. At midday Ramadan Legacy Ideathon: The Future of Islam & Tech, will open up the floor to discuss how the use of modern technology can enhance religious education.

Shortly after lunch at 1.30pm, Modanisa: Modest fashion trends from around the globe, will begin. Here, leading modest fashion experts will be revealing some of the current and upcoming global trends. Modanisa: Monetizing creativity, starts at 2pm, giving an insight into how you can turn your hobby or passion into a successful business.

Healthy Living the Islamic Way is a more relaxed mid-afternoon chat at 3pm, discussing physical and mental health wellbeing issues. The last seminar at 4.30pm Saturday is MWC’s Women in Leadership. Here Muslim women can talk about difficulties they face in the workplace and balancing both their faith and identity.

Sunday holds two sessions, the first staring at 1pm. Modanisa: Social media & fashion - dos & don’ts offers tips and tricks from social media gurus, from their many years of experience in the fashion world. Finally, running between 2.30-5.30pm, is the Muslim Marriage Event, a ticketed event helping those looking for their perfect partner find The One.

We look forward to seeing you at the seminars listed above, and look forward to hearing your positive feedback about the many discussions taking place at the Salaam Gateway Seminar Room across the two days.

Rachael ElliottComment