Heaptalk, Jakarta — Muslim LifeFair is poised to be held at Bandung Convention Centre (BCC) on December 9th-11th 2022. This comprehensive halal product and Syariah business expo will be participated by around 230 exhibitors from Bandung and the surrounding area in East Java.
Muslim LifeFair is created by the collaboration of the Indonesian Muslim Entrepreneurs Community (KPMI) and Lima Events, as the promotor. By adopting #NgariungBareng (means: gathering) as the theme, this expo will showcase various Islamic and halal products, covering modest fashion, halal cosmetics, Islamic education, hobbies and communities, Islamic and publisher, halal travel, children’s products, Syariah property, Islamic wedding expo, multi-product, and various healthy, safe, and halal culinary (KHAS).
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Director of PT Lima Events, Deddy Andu, stated, ”Muslim LifeFair Bandung is the ultimate event in 2022 and the road to Muslim LifeFest 2023.”
Occupying an area of 6,658 sqm, the exhibition will present numerous enticing activities, including talk shows, book reviews, parenting workshop, public speaking class, kids activities (playground), family activities (traditional games and relay race), health discussion, fundraising, and outdoor activity (archery).
Optimistic about hitting 25,000 visitors
Andu added that this exhibition is expected to be a stimulant to Syariah and halal product business development in Bandung and the area surrounding the city. This expo also will open many opportunities for the participants outside Bandung to expand their network and seize new markets.
Noteworthy, West Java is home to a 46.3 million Muslim population which dominates 19.57% of the total Muslim population in Indonesia, and Bandung is one of the big cities in the province. Perceiving this number, the potency of the halal and Syariah industry in West Java is tremendous. Delivering his optimism, Andu mentioned that Muslim LifeFair Bandung is predicted to attract 25,000 visitors.
Meanwhile, the Chairman of KPMI, Rachmat Surtanas Marpaung, said, “This event is hoped to promote economic development in the area and drive halal product MSMEs to be a globally competitive business”.