Digitalisation and The Halal Industry
Globally, there are almost 2 billion of Muslims from the 7.6 billion people in the world. Due to religious reasons, this enormous market of Muslims consciously seeks trusted, halal certified sources for their food, cosmetics, home care, pharmaceuticals, daily products and Shariah complied products to invest in. According to statistics, the global Halal market value that is recorded at approximately 1.4 trillion USD in 2017 is expected to reach 2.6 trillion USD in 2023.
Blockchain – with its characteristic that is high in transparency and traceability will be a good solution in providing reliable data and increase trust in the halal supply chains; increase seamless and efficient halal process from source to point of consumer purchase; improve sustainability of halal supply chains; and increase consumer’s confidence in halal brands; and global recognition of halal products. Halal blockchains provide clear advantages for manufacturers, brand owners, retailers, logistics service providers, distributors, and halal certification bodies for better trust and authenticity.
Content Included :
PLENARY ADDRESS 1 – An Overview of the Global Halal Market
PLENARY ADDRESS 2 – The Emerging Trends of Global Digital Islamic Economy
PLENARY ADDRESS 3 – Establishing A Digitalised Halal Hub – The Malaysia’s Strategies
PLENARY ADDRESS 4 – Blockchain Revolution and Its Impact on the Halal Industry.
PLENARY ADDRESS 5 – The Science of Halal and Blockchain Technology Promoting and Assuring Healthy Lifestyle
PAPER 1 – Blockchain Technology Infrastructure, Protocol and Scalability
PAPER 2 – Halal Certification on Blockchain
PAPER 3 – The Public Blockchain for Global Halal Industry and Islamic Economy
PAPER 4 – Syariah Compliance via Smart Contract
PAPER 5 – Leveraging Blockchain Technology for Halal Supply Chains