APPSAYA Matchmaking Platform will provide a convenient easy tool for exhibitors and attendees to connect and conduct business.
THE EXPO HUT, the organizer of Halal Expo Canada 2019, is pleased to announce the introduction of an innovative online platform to further connect their exhibitors with the right buyers as a part of the continuous development for their upcoming event.
“When we looked at the increase of interactions amongst our exhibitors and attendees from various angles, we found that APPSAYA’s online event matchmaking platform to be the most beneficial online tool to further support our exhibitors in reaching out to the ideal buyers” said Nasser Deeb, CEO of THE EXPO HUT and Director of Halal Expo Canada.
HALAL EXPO CANADA 2019 will be offering many features that will benefit both the exhibitors and visitors including a high-level educational conference that will focus on the most crucial areas in the halal lifestyle industry and its trends.
“As a provider of the event matchmaking platform, we are pleased to expand our services to reach the North American fast-growing halal market,” said Mamadou Ndiaye, CEO of APPSAYA, “by providing Halal Expo Canada 2019 with our latest innovation of profile recommendation powered by Artificial Intelligence.”
About HALAL EXPO CANADA 2019:
As North America’s only B2B event dedicated to halal lifestyle industry, Halal Expo Canada 2019 will gather the highest quality products and services of the Halal lifestyle industry. A meeting point for buyers and suppliers between the East and West. From Food & Beverage to Pharmaceuticals, Fashion, Cosmetics, Finance and E-commerce, Franchise and Logistics to Tourism and more, providing traders and buyers with the ideal platform to network, share market insights supported by a well-structured and rich conference program content.
Held at the International Centre in Mississauga, October 8-9, 2019, they will be hosting more than 150 local and international exhibitors and over 3500 attendees. The exhibitors will include a presentation of government supported country pavilions from Malaysia, Turkey and Indonesia. The show promises to further enhance the trade of halal products and services in Canada and the rest of the North American market that enjoy a lucrative value of over USD13 billion.