However cliché it may sound, an inclusive economic system is what nations are aiming for.
The disruptive world may be led by technological advancements but they were designed by humans to solve human problems.
How today’s new tech disruptions are shaping the world through the Internet of Things and blockchain.
The past decade has seen an impressive growth of sukuk, but it must be tempered with caution, to ensure its consistent adherence to the ethical and legal principles of Islamic economics.
Besides the obvious need to reduce traffic, Benjamin David swims to work with a firm conviction of preserving the environment.
One would assume all this growth in the halal industry would come from Islamic finance, the question is, will the twain ever meet?
WIEF initiatives’ alumni retreat to find ways of working together on various business opportunities in Sarawak.
Artists discuss how collaboration produces multidimensional works of identities. This knowledge exchange is something that can build cultures.
At the WIEF Roundtable in Cambodia, experts in the SME industry discussed the strategies to transform into a globally competitive sector.
An exciting and event-filled Forum gathered disruptive business drivers and thousands of participants at the 13th World Islamic Economic Forum in Kuching.
An advocate of finding love, Violet Lim co-founded a dating service, arranging over 100,000 dates across South East Asia.
In the run-up to the 13th WIEF in November 2017, various WIEF initiatives discuss the impact and challenges of disruptive change.