Towards a Halal Economy (wm)

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An analysis of the coming developments in the global Halal market place, and the relevance for governmental, corporate, entrepreneurial and investment decision-makers

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Towards a Halal Economy (wm)

  1. 1. TS Towards a N Halal Economy A LT SU the power of values in global markets N O C AT A Halal Market Agenda for the New Decade AR Abdalhamid Evans, Founder, HalalFocus.com TM PDF Editor IM Towards a Halal Economy - a Halal market Agenda for the New DecadeMonday, 2 April 12
  2. 2. we’re all in the TS Marketplace now N 2 A LT ■ Live in a consumer reality SU ■ One big marketplace N ■ Goods, services, money & messages O C ■ Corporations wield more power than governments AT ■ Marketplace is the arena of power AR ■ Our challenge is to make the marketplace Halal TM PDF Editor IM Towards a Halal Economy - a Halal market Agenda for the New DecadeMonday, 2 April 12
  3. 3. TS ‣Lawful N ‣Safe ‣Products A ‣Nutritious ‣Services ‣Ethical LT ‣Healthy ‣Companies ‣Moral Halal SU ‣Humane ‣Management ‣Spiritual ‣Aware ‣Leadership N ‣Equitable O C Re-defining Shared Values AT AR Halal Values acquire Commercial Value within the Halal economy TM Islamic values merging with eco-ethical moral values in today’s market arena PDF Editor IM 3Monday, 2 April 12
  4. 4. TS ‣Policy N ‣All Foods A ‣FTA’s ‣Ingredients ‣Meat LT ‣Finance ‣Non-food ‣Investment ‣Poultry Halal SU ‣Pharma ‣Media ‣Logistics ‣Slaughter ‣Social N ‣Accreditation ‣Global O C AT Evolution of a Market Force AR TM Being defined as we speak Where are we going to take it? PDF Editor IM 4Monday, 2 April 12
  5. 5. The Halal Market Components TS 5 A N Governments LT SU Compliance Consumers N Halal Values O in Action C Industry Media AT AR TMFinance PDF Editor IM Towards a Halal Economy - a Halal market Agenda for the New DecadeMonday, 2 April 12
  6. 6. Policy issues TS Muslim and non-Muslim N GeoPolitical and Social A implications LT Free Trade Agreements SU Inward Investment Export earnings N Employment Engine for economic stimulus O C Have to understand the issues 6 AT AR Governments TM PDF Editor IM Towards a Halal Economy - a Halal market Agenda for the New DecadeMonday, 2 April 12
  7. 7. TS Certification as ‘cottage industry’ is going to end N Clear Standards A 3rd Party Audits LT Transparent transactions SU Overseen by Accreditation agencies N Port-to-port protocols O Halal as a ‘screen’ for index- C linked investment funds 7 AT AR Compliance TM PDF Editor IM Towards a Halal Economy - a Halal market Agenda for the New DecadeMonday, 2 April 12
  8. 8. TS Halal goes Mainstream Mainstream goes Halal N Boardroom decision issue A LT Risk assessment BRC dynamics will emerge SU SME’s have to raise their game N Market is global Strategic alliances O C Have to promote understanding 8 AT AR Industry TM PDF Editor IM Towards a Halal Economy - a Halal market Agenda for the New DecadeMonday, 2 April 12
  9. 9. TS Halal and IF collaboration Convergence has started N Halal Indices being developed A LT Halal becomes an Asset Class Index-linked funds SU Venture Capital N Micro-Finance O Food Security issues C Sovereign wealth funds 9 AT AR Finance TM PDF Editor IM Towards a Halal Economy - a Halal market Agenda for the New DecadeMonday, 2 April 12
  10. 10. TS Shaping Opinion Reaching the Customer NA Going Social LT Pro-active engagement with culture SU Values-driven content Global Urban Muslim N Post-cultural Islam O C Halal Market MBA 10 AT AR Media TM PDF Editor IM Towards a Halal Economy - a Halal market Agenda for the New DecadeMonday, 2 April 12
  11. 11. TS 3rd Billion ~ China, India & N Muslim Consumers A Unrecognised power LT Generational shift taking place Next chapter, new rules SU Online communities Unknown areas between Shariah N and consumer preference O Uncharted market dynamics C 11 AT AR Consumers TM PDF Editor IM Towards a Halal Economy - a Halal market Agenda for the New DecadeMonday, 2 April 12
  12. 12. Halal Sector Dynamics TS 12 N meat full range of foods A slaughter farm-to-fork-to-finance LT food only non-foods products SU religious eco-ethical N legal consumer preference outer structure O inner identity C rules values AT certification accreditation AR TM standards procedures PDF Editor IM ideology policyMonday, 2 April 12
  13. 13. Four Major Trends - TS N Two Are Cultural/Social 13 A LT Consumer Power Melting Pot of Values SU ➡ Recognition of this reality ➡ Merging of values N ➡ by policy makers ➡ Global Urban Muslim ➡ by industry by consumers O ➡ New media platforms New media content C ➡ ➡ ➡ Numbers count, Size matters ➡ Reflecting new values AT ➡ New Consumer networks ➡ ‘Post-cultural’ Islam ➡ Online is a must ➡ New ‘East-West’ relationships AR TM PDF Editor IM Towards a Halal Economy - a Halal market Agenda for the New DecadeMonday, 2 April 12
  14. 14. Four Major Trends - TS N Two Are Structural/Institutional 14 A LT Food & Finance Accreditation SU ➡ Halal becomes an asset class ➡ New Accreditation agencies N ➡ Islamic funds in Halal sector ➡ End to unregulated certification ➡ New investment opportunities M&A and conversion O ➡ Clear verifiable standards Third-part independent audits C ➡ ➡ ➡ Index-linked funds ➡ Elimination of conflicts of interest AT ➡ Cross-pollination between ➡ Port-to-Port protocols and networks Shariah scholars ➡ Supply chain track & trace AR ➡ New regulatory infrastructures Investment screening TM ➡ PDF Editor IM Towards a Halal Economy - a Halal market Agenda for the New DecadeMonday, 2 April 12
  15. 15. Contacts TS 15 A N LT Abdalhamid Evans, Founder Salama Evans, Managing Editor SU 55 Wicken Rd Newport N Essex O CB11 3QF C imarat consultants info@imaratconsultants.com info@halalfocus.com AT Halal Market Intelligence HalalFocus is a project of Imarat Consultants, UK www.imaratconsultants.com Tel 01799 542 852 AR TM PDF Editor IMMonday, 2 April 12

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