He added: “This is the biggest event seen in the UK focusing directly at the leading role played by Muslims in the UK in all aspects of society.
“The UK consumer market is now seen as key to the ongoing growth of this sector which is why we have attracted so many international companies to the event.”
Among the international firms taking part in the exhibition were Tesla Motors, Moslema in Style, Nasim’s Baby Food and Aegean Dream Homes.
UK companies included ieat Foods, international fashion blogger Pearl Daisy, Lewis Pies, ‘for Aisha’ Halal Baby Food, Al Murad, bruneihalal, Merlyn Wealth Management and The Dressmaker London.
The event also featured a live fashion show directed by creative director, Zaf Shabbir.
There was also live comedy by rising Coventry comedian Guzzy Bear.
Visitors were invited to networking events with speeches by entrepreneurs and business experts aimed to equip people with market knowledge, industry forecasts, trends and to understand how to market to Muslim consumers.
There were dedicated seminars covering subjects like travel, Halal Lifestyle, Islamic finance.
The event also supported children’s charity Zoe’s Place Baby Hospice, in Coventry, after organiser chose it as the nominated charity.