INTERNATIONAL MALAYSIA HALAL CONFERENCE 2015, 1-2 APRIL 2015

In conjuction with World Halal Summit 2015, we are proud to bring you IMHALAL2015: International Malaysia Halal Conference, as part of WHS Academic Forum that aims to bring together academics, researchers, research scholars, scientists, students, industry players, stakeholders and general public  to share their research results, experiences and best practices about all aspects of Halal.  IMHALAL2015 is a leading forum for discussing trends, opportunities, concerns, practical challenges and innovations for creating a more sustainable Halal agenda that focuses on security, wholesome, quality and cleanliness for a better quality of life.

Conference Proceedings 

All submitted conference papers will be blind peer reviewed by three competent reviewers. The post conference proceedings will be indexed in Springer in possible inclusion to be indexed by Scopus or Thompson Reuters. High quality and relevant papers will be fast tracked to special issues in selected journals and also be invited as chapters in Halal Management and Science Book series.

WORLD HALAL FORUM, 1-2 APRIL 2015

The World Halal Conference (WHC) organized by Halal Industry Development Corporation (HDC) will be held on the 1st and 2nd April 2015. This year, WHC will bring together Heads of Governments and prominent leaders to share their views, provide latest updates on halal industry development, deliberate on pertinent issues and gaps faced and network closely to sustain the dynamism and strength of the halal economy. More importantly, the Conference is envisaged to intensify strategic collaborations in halal related areas and the meeting of minds is expected to inspire synergistic convergence amongst the critical sectors towards a lucrative and sustainable halal economy. Targeted to attract more than 800 participants including foreign delegates from over 50 countries worldwide, the WHC is definitely an event not to be missed.

 

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