Junta Islámica and SMIIC sign a Cooperation Agreement - Second Executive Course

Junta Islámica and SMIIC sign a Cooperation Agreement

SMIIC y Junta IslámicaThe signing of this agreement has been made by Ms. Isabel Romero (President of Junta Islámica) and Mr. Ihsan Övut (General Secretary of SMIIC) at the Medaweek International Conference where they met in the framework of the MedaHalal 2018 forum.

 Created in 2010, it is the entity in charge of developing and promoting Standards and Metrology.
 all these actions are consistent with the requirements that the OIC has around Halal».

Junta Islámica becomes one of the two Islamic Religious Communities in the world that have an agreement of these characteristics with SMIIC.

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For its part, the President of Junta Islámica, Isabel Romero, after thanking SMIIC for their trust and recognition, declared that the agreement is «a great opportunity to advance, research and normalize not only aspects related to Halal, but all values that it promotes»

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The more than 1,800 million Muslims spent $ 2.1 billion in their lifestyle in 2017. The Muslim population will reach 2,200 million people by 2030, and 50% of them will be under 30 years old. Sectors such as finance, food, catering and hospitality, tourism, cosmetics and fashion are gradually focusing their offer to this large segment of consumption, global in scope and increasingly sophisticated. and Islamic traditions. And a growing number of companies from all kinds of non-Muslim countries are taking advantage of this great potential.

This pioneering course seeks to understand this flourishing global segment, its production and consumption characteristics as well as to know the most appropriate ways to access this diverse and promising market.

Who is this course for?
This course is aimed at professionals from the economic, business and institutional world who want to deepen their knowledge of the opportunities offered by Muslim countries and markets, both in international trade and in the nearest one. Maximum 20 people.

The training sessions will combine the participation of important experts from the sector with entrepreneurs who will share their experiences. Likewise, there will be the participation of international analysts of the Islamic economy, both in person and via Skype.

Course documentation
Throughout the sessions participants will be provided with diverse documentation such as 'country records' of the main markets, relevant bibliography, presentations used, among other documents. Likewise, participants will have free online access to specific information on the multicultural management of Muslim environments and their impact on business.

1,875 euros (Includes academic certificate, course materials, paper and online support, and halal dinner at the end of the course).

Days and Hours
Next edition: November. From 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. The course is taught at the Faculty of Communication and International Relations-Blanquerna, Plaça Joan Coromines s / n, 08001 Barcelona.

mail Onno Seroo
Director of the Degree in International Relations-Blanquerna

mail Javier Albarracin
Director Barcelona Halal Services

Session 1
Demography of the Umma: global extension and trends.
Islams within Islam.
The 5 pillars of Islam.
Sociological values ​​and their economic implications.
Session 2
'Cultural awareness': Muslim cultural idiosyncrasy and its impact on business.
Global economic power and main Muslim markets: Indonesia, Malaysia, Iran and the Gulf economies.
Turkey: a large halal market. Presentation by the Halal Accreditation Agency (HAK).
Session 3
Islamic economy: what is it?
What is halal? What is 'tayyib'?
Keys to halal certification.
Trends and global figures of the Islamic economy: 'from niche to mainstream'.
Main economic sectors of the Islamic economy. Success stories of companies in Muslim markets.
Session 4
Main sources of information, media and reports on Islamic economy. Main global Islamic economic and business meetings.
Session with halal certifying company and expert in Islamic finance.
Session 5
Keys to the halal sector in Europe: figures, events, organizations, structure.
A growing market: halal consumption among the non-Muslim population.
Session 6
 Who has a global Halal economic ambition? Kuala Lumpur, Dubai, Istanbul and London.
International connection via skype with experts from these halal business centers.
Session 7
Islamic marketing: how to reach Muslim consumers.
Session with an international expert in Islamic marketing.
The Islamic digital economy: e-commerce and B2B and B2C platforms.
Session 8
From the Global to the Local: tourism, connectivity, international events and key players in Barcelona.
Session with certified local companies and institutions.
The economic potential of the Muslims in Barcelona and Spain.


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