The whole world is currently facing the great pandemic caused by Covid-19 and its consequences.
Global Islamic Economy operators are helping Halal SMEs to recover and grow after the global lock-down. Many countries of Islamic faith have launched new technological and health initiatives to tackle the epidemic, to meet the needs of exporting companies: subsidised funding is being provided to support the internationalisation of SMEs.
Business activities such as import-export to and from the Gulf countries have been resumed; support for participation in national and international fairs, meetings and conferences via the web are now the new contact business.
An example of a new initiative to support and continuously develop the Halal market is the initiative promoted by iHalalExpo which has launched a totally innovative and technological event. The project includes a Halal Expo organized on a platform where it is possible for Halal Industry Start- Ups and independent consultants, especially those in the food industry, to register for the event to be held online, and benefit from the proposed business packages, including free of charge.
For more information about the event contact Halal Development (HD), a consultancy firm specialising in the development of the global Halal market, at email@example.com.