Iranian brands eye growing Muslim consumer market (MLE) in Manchester

SHAFAQNA – From young start-ups to business giants, entrepreneurs from around the world are eyeing the rapidly expanding  Islamic global market that range from clothes to greetings cards and poetry books.

The MLE this week organised a networking event bringing together hundreds of business leaders including Iranians, experts and young entrepreneurs in Manchester to trade tips on the best way to profit from the expanding sector.

Famous names like the ASDA department store chain offered different products, and other famous companies offering their best commodities including Islamic fashion products — in line with other world brands including Iranian fashion designs and Canada’s Halal socks.

Naeemeh Ghadimi introduced Italy base NamNam design, she said, “I participate in the Iranian Republic. I’m delighted to present my new collection here in MLE Expo 2017 to cross the United Kingdom market.”


At the MLE event, Amir Ohadi from Iran, introduced four different Iranian brands from giving them an opportunity to enter the world market.


Home Office Department also exhibited in MLE, offering the community wide range of programs such as Civil Service Fast Track Apprenticeship program to engage them more effectively.

Janan introduces new collection of Muslim-wear.

Halal Socks director said “We have come from Canada to analyse the British market and so far we have observed a lesser attraction than we had in Canada and USA”

The Police Department also exhibited in MLE, encouraging people to join Police in different sectors to serve community.

By Tauqeer Abbas for Shafaqna





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