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Explore new markets through getting your beauty and cosmetics products Halal certified

May 17 @ 10:30 am - 11:30 am

Excerpt from Department for Business & Trade webpage

“Understand why Halal Certification could be the key to selling your beauty and cosmetics products to more global customers.

What you’ll learn

  • understand the significance of Halal Certification for beauty and cosmetics products
  • identify key global markets accessible through Halal certification
  • gain insights into the process and requirements of obtaining Halal certification


Are you considering expanding your beauty or cosmetics company to Muslim countries around the world – such as Turkey or countries in South Asia, Africa or the Middle East?

The global halal cosmetics market reached $74.7 Billion in 2020. With a worldwide population of over 1.8 billion Muslims, the international halal cosmetics industry is growing at a rapid pace.

Now is the perfect time to consider whether your products can be Halal Certified and the business benefits of being so, in order to further your business’ worldwide growth. In this session we will cover how to expand the reach of cosmetics or beauty products in different global markets; what Halal certification involves and the available support and resources that you can tap into to assist you in your business’ international growth.


Dr Amer Rashid

Technical Director, Halal Certification Organisation Ltd

Amer facilitates Halal Certification in the UK, Europe, Asia and GCC countries.

Dr Mah Hussain-Gambles

Quality Lead and Chartered Chemist, Halal Certification Organisation Ltd

Mah is the Quality Lead for a number of ISO and Gulf region standards, examining ingredients and packaging reviews for compliance to Halal standards.

Rimante Bang

UK Export Academy Adviser, Department for Business and Trade

Rimante has worked for a range of private and public sector organisations both in the UK and overseas. She has over 20 years of both import and export experience in various international markets, including 16 years living and working in South Korea, which allowed her to gain invaluable exposure to Asian markets and business culture. She has experience across retail, education, consumer electronics, food and nutraceutical sectors.”

For more information and to register, please click here.


May 17
10:30 am - 11:30 am
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