Sayarun Nessa to Speak on Women in Trade and Commerce

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WebTV's Islamic Finance Weekly will be featuring a robust conversation on Women in Trade and Commerce

 

Guest: Mrs. Sayarun Nessa 

Date: Friday,  April 16, 2021 

Time: 1:00PM  (WAT) 

Platform: Virtual Zoom Video Call 

Highlights: To be deployed on WebTVng Platform, Youtube, Instagram, Twitter, Facebook & LinkedIn 

Host: Bukola Akinyele- Yisau 

 

Key Discussion Points 

1.      Women And Halal Trade 

2.     Assessing The Participation Level of Women Entrepreneurs In Halal trade   

3.     Opportunities for Improving Women Participation in the Halal Business 

4.     Islamic Lifestyle for Women &  The Shifts in Modern Technology 

5.     Business Ideas for Nigerian Muslim Women and How They Can Be Implemented 

 

Guest Profile

Founder: Halal Commerce, Canada

The Islamic Halal Lifestyle Marketplace - StartUp

Website: https://halalcommerce.ca

City: Whitby, Ontario, Canada

 

Education:

Secondary Education - UK

Post-Secondary Diploma: Honor Small Business Administration ( Canada)

Major role: Business Development

New Niche of focus: Halal, Islamic Fintech

Future Goal: Expand brand to global reach

Purpose of Idea: To help small business and entrepreneurs to access

technology, expand the business, target their audience.

Economy development: Community focus elevates unemployment, boost

the social economy, and access to funding of employment, education,

training, and increase of earning halal income contributor to Global Islamic Economic.

 

Contacts:

Email: info@halalcommerce.ca

Tel: +1-416-829-9730

Sayarun Nessa

Founder - Halal Commerce

Linkedin.com/in/Sayarun-nessa

 

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