Written by Maldives Halal Travel
Organized by the World Islamic Economic Forum Foundation, WIEF Round Table Penang is all set to be held on the 27th of September 2022 at the Setia SPICE Convention Center in Penang, Malaysia.
Maldives Halal Travel will be represented at this round table session by founder and Managing Director of MHT, Dr. Hussain Sunny Umar and will join session 4 scheduled to take place at 3:00 PM. The session is titled as Muslim-Friendly Tourism and Hospitality: Capturing Opportunities.
The session will discuss strategies to encourage growth of the industry and awareness among travel industry stakeholders as well as plans for the development of “Muslim-friendly” tourism alliances, policies to develop an environment for innovation and entrepreneurship on “Muslim-friendly” tourism related products and services as well as development of a unique “Muslim-friendly” tourism base destination positioning and marketing.
Dr. Sunny will be joined on this panel by Mr. Faeez Fadhlillah, Chief Executive Officer and Founder, Tripfez and Salam Standard, Malaysia as well as Mr. Riyanto Sofyan, Chairman, Sofyan Corp and Chairman, Board of Directors, Halal Tourism Association of Indonesia, Republic of Indonesia.
The round table comprises of a total of 5 sessions and will focus on economic rebound: transforming the future. Interested visitors can register to attend at RM 50 per person via this link: https://form.evenesis.com/WIEF
This WIEF Roundtable, Penang 2022 held during challenging times, brings together representatives of governments, organizations and private sector as well as prominent individuals to address relevant issues and strategies pertaining to sustainable recovery in order to transform the future.
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