The First Integrated Sharia Economic Platform in Global Competition
ISEF is an integrated sharia economic platform that brings together regulators, academics, buyers, sellers, commercial, and social finance enthusiasts in one virtual and physical platform.
The promotion page is provided as a medium of information about the exhibitor’s business to visitors, equipped with features that allow direct connection and interaction between exhibitors and visitors.
The hybrid exhibition concept would be able to expand the exhibitor’s market both domestically and globally. Supported by a strong virtual platform, it facilitates unlimited access nationally and internationally, so that it can be used as a product promotion event to open up more marketing opportunities for the halal industry.
The implementation of the 8th ISEF 2021 collaborates with the National Committee on Sharia Economics and Finance (Komite Nasional Ekonomi dan Keuangan Syariah – KNEKS), Ministries/Institutions, Associations, Communities, and other stakeholders who potentially expand networking. MSMEs and companies that are ready to export can explore overseas market development through business matching with foreign buyers/investors. All stakeholders involved, such as the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Indonesia Halal Lifestyle Center (IHLC), and the Islamic Economic Community (Masyarakat Ekonomi Syariah – MES) will attract potential buyers/investors who need Indonesian-made products. In addition, domestic business matching was also held to match domestic supply and demand. Meanwhile, the exhibition is the initial stage of the process towards business matching/one-on-one meetings with buyers.
This activity brings together entrepreneurs with buyers from abroad in business matching programs and business deals. For business matching, the opportunity is open to all participants from the exhibition. Meanwhile, business deals aim to facilitate the agreement process between the two parties legally, either through signing cooperation agreement, order contract, or memorandum of understanding (MoU).
The halal sectors, especially food and modest Indonesian fashion, have unique and very diverse variations and are spread throughout the country. This exhibition can unite this diversity and uniqueness in one place that makes it easy to access both domestically and internationally.
The exhibition is a platform for MSMEs to bounce back in the pandemic situation that is still sweeping the world.