UK: Islamic networking event attracts world Influencers to London

London: UK based Algebra Consulting undertook an Islamic economy network event hosted at the Arab-British Chamber of Commerce (ABBC) on January 22nd.

The networking evening connected British and international entrepreneurs, businesses and traders. The Islamic economy networking evening created avenues to strengthen British business as well as create accessible opportunities to network with key players from around the globe. There were deals and partnerships created and developed through the delivery of this event. There was also representation from embassy staff from a variety of Arab nations.

The networking event is a part of Algebra Consulting’s annual industry gathering of economic activators and now in its fourth year. This gathering facilitated a platform for budding entrepreneurs and businesses to leverage the expertise of accomplished individuals and entities. The showcase was attended by a vast array of key stakeholders across diverse industries and professions. There were over 100 Small & medium enterprises as well as entrepreneurs in attendance.

A core benefit of the event delivered by Algebra Consulting was the opportunity for relationships to develop between individuals and business owners. Building relationships is a positive tool in initiating long term business connections and fruitful interactions. Algebra Consulting are now amongst the leading companies around the globe who are at the forefront of developing business opportunities within the Islamic economy & Halal business.

During the event there were also two major announcements made by the Algebra Consulting team. Algebra Consulting announced a groundbreaking initiative where they have partnered with The International Food & Drink Event (IFE), a leader in food and drinks expo’s. The premiere showcase has been scheduled to take place during the 17th/20th March, 2019 at the ExCel in London. Algebra Consulting will deliver a Halal food trade networking session as part of the wider IFE programme. The firm has taken the Halal industry into the mainstream.

Waleed Jahangir of CEO of Algebra Consulting states “We take pride in our clients and network, and continually strive to promote, enhance and produce platforms for the Islamic industry to grow and connect”

The second announcement made at the Islamic economy networking evening event was the creation of a partnership with the British charity, Save The Children who are the official charity partners for the London Muslim Shopping Festival (LMSF) event. The event is dubbed as unique and exhilarating creating a space for fun, family and shopping within a Halal friendly environment. As previous years a modest fashion catwalk will also be taking place featuring high calibre brands and labels within the industry. There will also be a range of Halal food cuisine available and fun filled energetic kid’s zones.

Algebra Consulting has cemented itself as a promoter of excellence in entrepreneurship and business holding specialists events in London and bringing businesses together from around the globe as well as the UK.

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