Dr. Tausif Malik to Speak on Non-interest Finance and Start-Ups in Nigeria


Thursday, December 10, 2020 / 5:07 PM / by WebTV / Header Image Credit: Ecographics

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WebTV's Islamic Finance Weekly will be featuring a robust conversation on Non-interest Finance and Start-ups in Nigeria            

Guest: Dr Tausif Malik

Date: Friday,  December 11th, 2020

Time: 1:00PM

Platform: Virtual Zoom Video Call

Highlights: To be deployed on WebTVNG Platform, YouTube, Instagram, Twitter, Facebook & LinkedIn

Host: Bukola Akinyele


Key Discussion Points

  1. Prospects For Africa As the Next Global Economic Frontier And Opportunity for Startups.
  1. Non-Interest Financing for Start-ups in Africa and Nigeria, And Sectors/Industries That Can Attract Ethical Funding.
  1. Regulatory Environment, Non-Interest Financing And The Growth of MSMEs and Startups In Nigeria.
  1. Institutions Providing  Non-Interest Finance Support for Start ups in Africa and Nigeria.
  1. Estimated Funding of Start-Ups At The Global level And The Success Story
  1. COVID 19 Pandemic And The Impact On Non-Interest Financing for Startups In 2020 And Expectations For 2021


Guest Profile

Dr. Tausif Malik is an Indian American Social Entrepreneur based out of Chicago, USA & Pune, India. He is the creator of the World's 1st & Largest Bitcoin Mining Training Program in association with the Dalit Indian Chamber of Commerce & Industry (DICCI).


He believes in the Gandhian Philosophy of empowerment of Rural India through sustainable development. The sole objective is to promote and create a talent pool in Future Technologies creating sustainable development through "Reverse Migration". He recently launched World's First Halal Angels Network targeting $ 5 Trillion dollars Halal Consumer market and wants to support the Government of India $ 5 Trillion dollars GDP target 2024.


Dr. Tausif Malik was appointed as the first Global Chair of Muslim Democrats Abroad, to establish country chapters, support and educate about Democratic Party of USA to Non-Resident Americans and their right to vote from abroad. He was elected as a Treasurer to Democratic Party USA's India Chapter (Democrats Abroad India).


He is the creator of America's Second Largest Spelling Bee competition Muslim Spelling Bee competition, AIMBSN.com, India’s only ecosystem to connect with the Indian Muslim Entrepreneurs, Businesses, Investors & Startups and MAHA ft (Maharashtra - Future Technologies) is the only platform to promote investment in the "State of Maharashtra & INDIA" as THE Ideal Destination for investment in Future Technologies such as Blockchain, Fintech, IoT, Machine Learning & Future Technologies.


He has been nominated and shortlisted for Ellis Island Medal of Honor, USA; Global Islamic Economy Award promoted by His Highness Sheikh Muhammad Al Makhtoum ruler of Dubai, Prime Minister of U.A.E Dubai Government in association with Thompson Reuters. He has been a panelist for Guardian Newspaper, U.K.


Dr. Tausif Malik was born and raised in Pune studied at Bishops School, Crescent School, Poona College (B.Com & M.Com), Institute of Management Education (IME)(PGDBM), Pune & Argosy University-Chicago, USA Doctorate in Business Administration (DBA) thesis Online Purchase and Impact of Word of Mouth (WOM).

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