The global spending on halal food and lifestyle products could rise 10.8 per cent per year until 2019, to create an international industry worth $3.7 trillion, according to the latest Global Islamic Economy report.
The Dubai Airport Freezone Authority (Dafza) has partnered with Malaysia’s Halal Industry Development Corp (HDC) to achieve mutually beneficial business objectives.
Under the terms of the MoU, Dafza will collaborate with HDC
Tamani Marina Hotel and Hotel Apartment in Dubai was declared one of the top three Halal hotel apartments in UAE at the World Halal Travel Awards, held recently in Abu Dhabi.
“Family tourism is an important sector for the national
A leading trade show for the food and manufacturing, processing and packaging industry is set to highlight oppotunities and meet the need of manufacturers looking to grow their business in the halal market.
Abu Dhabi is poised to become the regional hub for the lucrative and growing halal travel sector delegates heard at the opening of the first World Halal Travel Summit (WHTS2015), being staged in the UAE capital.
Halal tourism market holds enormous potential for hotel investors and developers, according to Laurent A Voivenel, CEO of Hospitality Management Holdings (HMH).
Speaking to a group of journalists at the World Halal Travel Summit & E
Abu Dhabi's Armed Forces Officers Club & Hotel, a five-star property in the UAE capital, has announced its participation in the World Halal Travel Summit & Exhibition (WHTS 2015), which commenced today (October 19) at the Abu Dhabi E
Dnata travel, the Middle East’s top travel agency, is offering new tours and services designed to care for the needs of Muslim travellers.
Called “Holidays Tailored for You,” the programme offers Muslim holidaymakers t
Hospitality Management Holdings (HMH), a fully-integrated hotel management company, has announced its participation at The World Halal Travel Summit & Exhibition (WHTS15) in Abu Dhabi this month.
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UK-based Firnas Airways has launched a Gulf funding campaign in a bid to raise the $50 million it requires for expansion.
The airline’s founder and CEO, British entrepreneur Kazi Shafiqur Rahman, is confident Gulf investors