In partnership with Ground-Up Initiative (GUI), WIEF’s Young Fellows 2016 provided young entrepreneurs the opportunity to explore sustainability projects in Singapore’s urban setting.
Enabling women’s success in business.
A glimpse into the minds of technology innovation experts.
What SMEs need to succeed.
Holding the promise of our future.
CEOs share their expertise in our ever-changing technological ecosystem.
Simple ways to empower future generations.
IFRC’s Secretary General shares his personal commitment to humanitarian work.
An interview with A.D. Pirous from Aceh, Indonesia.
The emerging culinary trend in Spain’s halal haute cuisine.
Discovering new avenues in the fashion industry.
Riski Hapsari recalls how she almost gave up.
CEO of INCEIF, explains the significance of the elite education centre establishment.
Chairwoman of IFDC discusses the growing Islamic fashion industry.
Sukuks design to finance socially responsible projects.
Establishing legislations to ensure the safety and efficacy of cutting-edge medical technologies.
Fatma Riyami explains her entrepreneurship journey with Mangoes.
Murat Çizakça studies the evolution and economic contribution of waqfs.
It’s not all doom and gloom for technology, there are creative hopes.
Alison Vaughn explains how “Jacket for Jobs” helps overcome poverty.
Can today’s reality of the “starving artist” change?
HRH Prince of Wales calls on big businesses to manage our planet wisely
Medical graduate retires to help shift away mainstream understanding of the world.
Bakirya’s vision and strategy made her into the most popular agro-tourism destination.
A dedication to connect disparate communities.
Converging business with creativity, the crucial component of modern economies.
Poverty and oppression will go unbroken unless rural women are given opportunities.
Introducing a universal symbol of good quality and wholesomeness, the “halal” label.