500 Global Leaders of the Islamic Economy
October 10th 2016
Hilton Dubai Jumeirah Resort
Published annually, the ISLAMICA 500 is a business guide providing hard-to-find biographical details for 500 of the world’s most prominent and influential personalities in the Islamic world and economy.
Because the Islamic economy is multi-sectorial and global, the ISLAMICA 500 focuses on personalities from different sectors, markets and nationalities. Thus, this worldwide guide lists the leading figures from the worlds of industry, finance, science, business, politics, international affairs, law, and media. All areas that influence the Islamic Economy.
On October 10th, the edition 2016 of the ISLAMICA 500 will be launch during a Private Reception held in Dubai.
Addressing Islamic Markets
At a time when many markets are reaching a saturation point, the Muslims comprise one of the fastest growing markets in the world and offer a major growth opportunity for businesses around the world. The market for Halal or Shariah-compliant products and services will soon total $3 trillion annually. Every month, new economic players are tapping in this emerging segment with rebranded or tailored products.
The Islamic economy is a sophisticated market. Tapping in that sector requires a fine understanding of its components, risks and opportunities. To address the Muslim consumer, a company will evaluate if it needs to reconfigure its production or simply its branding, if a halal certification is required, if there will be an impact on the supply chain and/or the marketing, which particular country market is appealing to its products, how to handle local distributors, etc…
It would be a lack of corporate leadership not to look at the Islamic markets or the Muslim segment which encompass one consumer out of five in the world.
However, tapping into the Muslim segment requires that you master both the right context and contacts.
The ISLAMICA 500 offers a specific idea of the sophistication of the Islamic economy and the people you ought to know and talk to.
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Defining a strategy for the Islamic markets: Conducting operations in the Islamic markets & the Halal industry:
A unique reference book to navigate in the Islamic Economy through 500 talented individuals.
Because the Islamic Economy consists of Muslims and non-Muslims, the ISLAMICA 500 include them both, as well as men and woman from different sectors, markets and nationalities.
Recognition of pioneers
The book recognizes consistent quality performance and efforts of individuals in a variety of sectors and countries; It provides a great visibility to expose their achievements.
Unique Networking Event
The ISLAMICA 500 will bring together during a Private Event a tantalising mixture from the world’s most prominent leaders of the industry and other professionals.
The Guide includes precious data on:
Business leaders, Innovators, Entrepreneurs, Scholars and advisors, Academics and journalists and Outsiders
Independent Economic guide
The ISLAMICA 500 is powered by ISFIN, the world’s leading advisory for Islamic markets. This WHO’S WHO guide is totally independent, multidisciplinary and market-driven.
by Laurent Marlière06:00 PM
ISLAMICA 500 is a publication of the ISFIN Institute, the Academic & Training subsidiary of ISFIN.
ISFIN is the World’s leading advisory for Islamic markets. As an independent consultancy firm, ISFIN operates in 75 countries across the 5 continents. http://www.isfin.net
“The ISLAMICA 500 is an independent instrument to assess the dynamics of the Islamic economy. The global leaders recognized in the ISLAMICA 500 witness a variety of profiles and industries showing the diversity of the achievements made at a global scale, beyond gender, nationality, religion, sectors.”
Prof. Laurent Marlière
Publisher of the ISLAMICA 500
Editorial Team includes
Mounia Filali Maarouf, Ben Hari, Florent Gozzi, Halim Abourachid, Zineb Bensaid, Omar Elmotawakkel, Allaa Ridouan, Ilham Kabbouri, Ihssane Bouhyaoui, Dorian Nève de Mevergnies, Malek Ettih, Imane Bouatour, Laurent Marliere, Hinde Ferkous, Anis Ben Alaya, Wassim Touam, Kevin Likaj, Fadoua Jebli, Nawfel El Abbassy, Vittorio Nigrelli.
Our research is based on the work of highly qualified consultants and peer-to-peer review. Criteria to select the personalities include:
Players in the Islamic economy may nominate professionals that have been instrumental in:
Our team of experienced researchers will assess the nominations. The final editorial will feature not just information on why that individual has made the list, but also comments from peers. Submit a profile to firstname.lastname@example.org
You have made it to the list. As a leader we understand that your career path evolves rapidly. The Islamica 500 is a unique reference for the industry and for executive search professionals. Our editorial team wishes to provide the latest information. Please submit any relevant change to your profile to the editor: email@example.com
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