Learn how to create and operate a successful Halal business!


Name of course: Halalpreneurs Training ’22
Price: 🏷️$499.00 🏷️$249.50
Student price: 🏷️$149.00 🏷️ONLY $74.50
Dates of training: June 18th, June 25th, 2022
Time of training: 9:00AM to 5:00PM CST

This online course, hosted on zoom, is brought to you by the world leading Halal education experts, International Islamic University of Malaysia.

Training Includes

✅ Overview of Entrepreneurship: Definition & Concepts
✅ Halalpreneurs vs. Entrepreneurs
✅ History of Halal Entrepreneurship Cases & Examples
✅ Ethics of Halalpreneurs
✅ Characteristics of Successful Halalpreneurs: Cases & Examples
✅ Halal Business Opportunities: Realities & Market Potentials
✅ Contributions and Desired Impacts of Halalpreneurs


Existing or soon to be:
👤Business Owners
👤Halal Service Providers
👤Business agents and more


The course will help you to:
⭐ Explore new business and market opportunities in the Halal industry
⭐ Expand your business and entrepreneurship expertise in the fast
growing global Halal industry
⭐ Understand and navigate the challenges in the Halal industry
⭐ Learn high ethical conduct to become a successful entrepreneur and
build a reliable Halal brand

Courses Led By Muslim Scholars

These courses will be led by scholars who understand Sharia from every angle and can guide the food and goods producers along the way into knowing what Muslims expect and need from the products they consume. There is a common misconception among many food experts and even among Muslims themselves that Halal only refers to the method of slaughtering meat. While this is one element of Halal, and an important one that should not be overlooked, there are other things to consider for foodstuffs and ingredients that many people aren’t aware of. We hope to bring awareness to producers, suppliers, and consumers into why Halal is important and how to fully obtain it.

Collaboration with the Islamic University of Malaysia

Although we have our own Sharia experts on staff, we love building quality relationships with companies and scholarship. We utilize our ties with the Islamic University of Malaysia. This allows us to deliver courses that are both educational and engaging. Thus, creating classes led by scholars who teach the merits and limits of Halal as their profession. We promise a comprehensive training regiment that can benefit any company. Whether large or small, currently making Halal or never considered Halal at all, the course are extremely educational. As a result, both Muslims and Non-Muslims will benefit.

Dr. Moha Asri Abdullah

Dr. Moha Asri Abdullah is a Professor at the Faculty of Economics and Management Sciences, International Islamic University of Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur. He is the Director of the Innovation and Commercialisation Office at the university, and a former Visiting Research Scholar, Economic Research Centre, School of Economics, Nagoya University, Visiting Research Scholar, Auckland University of Technology, University of Massey, and Unitec, New Zealand. His specialization is in small enterprises, entrepreneurship, venture capital, and economic development. He has sat as Board of Directors in different companies. He is also on the editorial board members of numerous international journals. He has conducted more than 30 research projects from different sources of funds. So far, he has published more than 18 books, more than 30 papers in renowned journals, and presented a significant number of papers in international conferences/forums internationally.

He is now working as Senior Research and Data Analyst at the Royal Commission of Inquiry, Auckland, New Zealand


Dr. Amal A. M. Elgharbawy

Amal A. M. Elgharbawy is an Assistant Professor at the International Institute for Halal Research and Training (INHART) and Head of Responsible Research and Innovation. She obtained her Ph.D. in Engineering from the International Islamic University Malaysia (IIUM) in 2018, and her Master’s in Biotechnology Engineering in 2013. She obtained her B.Sc. (Hons.) from King Abdul Aziz University, Saudi Arabia, was awarded First Honour and Excellence Award, and worked as a chemistry and biology teacher for two years. Dr. Amal started her research career as Research Associate (2017-2018) at the University of Malaya and joined INHART as a Research Fellow (2018-2020). Her research interests are in the areas of (1) Ionic Liquids and Deep Eutectic Solvents and their applications in the Halal Industry, (2) Enzymology, (3) Fermentation Technology and (4) Nanomaterials. She has published several articles in national and international conferences, SCOPUS and ISI indexed journals and book chapters related to ionic liquids, enzymology and nanomaterials, along with several invited reviews. She served as a reviewer for several conferences and journals. She is also Mendeley Advisor and also a member of the Malaysian Society of Bioinformatics and Computational Biology and the Society for Conservation Biology (Nov 2019- Nov 2020), a member of the Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC). Dr. Amal was invited as Visiting Professor in 2021 at the University of Brawijaya, Indonesia. She has been invited as a speaker in Halal Week, Japan, in 2021 and 2022 (Lecture: Halal Business Ecosystem). She is also the co-instructor and co-developer of the Halalpreneurship Training and one of the authors of the Halalpreneurship book.



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