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  • 7th GTDW HALAL TRADE, MANUFACTURING & LOGISTICS SUMMIT, EXHIBITION & BUSINESS MATCHING 29-30 January 2019 | InterContinental Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

    29-30

    JANUARY 2019

    InterContinental Kuala Lumpur,

    Malaysia

    Hot! Topic Highlights

    Halal Raw Materials: Bridging the Gap between Supply, Demand & Compliance

    Halal Traceability: Exploring Innovation and Technology to Ensure Halal Compliance

    Revolutionising the Halal Value Chain for Goods to Ensure Halal Integrity.

    Halal Logistics: Ensuring Halal Integrity of Farm to Fork Supply

    Sponsors + Exhibitors + Partners

    Food & Beverages | Pharmaceuticals | Cosmetics & Personal Care

  • 2

    SPEAKERS

    AWAL FUSEINI Agriculture & Horticulture Development Board (AHDB), UK

    Halal Sector Manager

    ANDREW KEABLE KW Group

    CEO

    Founder, GTDW Advisory Council Member

    FE JAZZAREEN MOR JAPAR KHAN PERSIS INTECH, Malaysia

    CEO

    DR. A. M. Al CHAMAN Control Office of Halal, Slaughtering B.V & Halal Quality Control, Netherlands

    Chairman

    RUSHDI SIDDIQUI Halal Node

    CEO

    Advisor, Wallstreet Blockchain Alliance

    PROF. DR. MARCO TIEMAN LBB International, Malaysia

    Owner

    MARC RONEZ The Asia Risk Management Institute

    Chief Risk Strategist, Knowledge Content Leader

    RAFI – UDDIN SHIKOH Dinar Standard, UAE

    CEO and Managing Director

    MAZEN DARAWSHEH The Hershey Company

    Director, Scientific & Regulatory Affairs

    DR. SULAIMAN LIU HalalChain

    Malaysia Co – Founder

    TERESA LO Food Industry Asia

    Regulatory Affairs Assistant Manager

    SHAHNAS OLI MOHAMMED Natural Wellness Group of Companies

    Managing Director

    SHIFA HALAH Nestle

    Regional Manager, Regulatory & Scientific Affairs

    MEGAWATI SUZARI Fonterra Brands

    Director New Product Development, Scientific & Regulatory Affairs

    ROZI OSMAN Certified Halal Professional

    MYRZA TJONDRONEGORO Unilever

    Procurement Manager

    SADIQ SYED International Trade Centre

    Trade Promotion Advisor

    DR. NUR RAHMAN Brunei Halal Foods

    CEO

    GHAITH KRAYEM Australian Federation Of Islamic Councils

    CEO

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    DAY 1, TUESDAY, 29 JANUARY 2019

    PROGRAMME 0830 0900 0915 0930

    1030

    1100 1130

    1230 1330

    1400

    1500 1530

    1600

    GTDW REGISTRATION & WELCOME NETWORKING RECEPTION

    ORGANIZER’S OPENING REMARKS

    CHAIRPERSON’S OPENING REMARKS

    PANEL DISCUSSION 1 Unifying Halal Standards to Remove Trade Barriers, Ease Trade and Allow Market Access

    • Developing consistencies in halal standards to increase versatility in adapting to the rapid market movements – how do we attempt to achieve this? • Identifying the roles of private sectors and solution providers • Understanding the importance of unified halal standards in trade facilitation

    Confirmed Panelists: • GHAITH KRAYEM, CEO, AUSTRALIAN FEDERATION OF ISLAMIC COUNCILS • RAFI – UDDIN SHIKOH, CEO and Managing Director, DINAR STANDARD, UAE • DR. NUR RAHMAN, CEO, BRUNEIHALALFOODS • SADIQ SYED, Trade Promotion Advisor, INTERNATIONAL TRADE CENTRE • TERESA LO, Regulatory Affairs Assistant Manager, FOOD INDUSTRY ASIA

    Corporate Presentation Global Halal Trade Flow Dynamics - Opportunities & Challenges RAFI – UDDIN SHIKOH, CEO and Managing Director, DINAR STANDARD, UAE

    MORNING REFRESHMENTS & NETWORKING

    PANEL DISCUSSION 2 Halal Traceability: Exploring Innovation and Technology to Ensure Halal Compliance

    • Providing supply chain information though traceability to authenticate goods: The manufacturer’s perspective • Halal Blockchain – Is this a solution to halal compliance? • Exploring goods traceability to ensure Halal Integrity and increase consumer confidence

    Moderator: • RUSHI SIDDIQUI, CEO, HALAL NODE, ADVISORY BOARD, WALL STREET BLOCKCHAIN ALLIANCE, SINGAPORE

    Confirmed Panelists: • FE JAZZAREEN MOR JAPAR KHAN, CEO, PERSIS INTECH • PROF. DR. MARCO TIEMAN, Owner, LBB INTERNATIONAL, MALAYSIA • DR. SULAIMAN LIU, Malaysia Co – Founder, HALAL CHAIN

    NETWORKING LUNCH

    CASE STUDY IKEA, Dealing with Crisis Chaos – How to Manage Crisis, Avoiding Chaos and Ensuring Business Sustainability

    MARC RONEZ, Chief Risk Strategist, Knowledge Content Leader, THE ASIA RISK MANAGEMENT INSTITUTE

    PANEL DISCUSSION 3 Halal Logistics: Ensuring Halal Integrity of Farm to Fork Supply

    • Discussing the complexity of goods and information flow throughout the supply chain in accordance to halal standards • Discussing the effective control and complexity of halal logistics to avoid non – compliance • Discussing the tangible benefits of the Malaysia – China Silk Road – will it lead to economic expansion?

    Confirmed Panelists: • AMIT JAIN, Head, Customer Service & Logistics – Malaysia & Thailand, MONDELEZ INTERNATIONAL

    AFTERNOON REFRESHMENTS & NETWORKING

    CASE STUDY Global Supply Chain Sourcing

    FLAVIO GALL, Global Supply Chain Sourcing, GENERAL MILLS

    CHAIRPERSON’S CLOSING REMARKS & END OF DAY 1

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    DAY 2, WEDNESDAY, 30 JANUARY 2019

    PROGRAMME 0900

    0915

    1015

    1045

    1145

    1215

    1315

    1345

    1415

    1445

    1545

    CHAIRPERSON’S OPENING REMARKS ROZI OSMAN, Certified Halal Professional

    PANEL DISCUSSION 4 Halal Raw Materials: Bridging the Gap between Supply, Demand & Compliance

    • Challenges with procuring raw materials: The manufacturer’s perspective • Addressing the concerns of manufacturers with complex collection of raw materials and processing aid • How do manufacturers & raw material suppliers bridge the gap between supply, demand and compliance

    Confirmed Panelists: • MYRZA TJONDRONEGORO, Procurement Manager, UNILEVER • SHIFA HALAH, Regional Manager, Regulatory & Scientific Affairs, NESTLE

    MORNING REFRESHMENTS & NETWORKING

    PANEL DISCUSSION 5 Revolutionising the Halal Value Chain for Goods to Ensure Halal Integrity

    • Validating analysis and methods to ensure halal integrity from the perception of the lab testers • Discussing the accountability of halal assurance system and compliance • Discussing the best practices of risk management of contamination – The manufacturer’s perspective

    Moderator: • ROZI OSMAN, Certified Halal Professional

    Confirmed Panelists: • MAZEN DARAWSHEH, Director, Scientific & Regulatory Affairs, THE HERSHEY COMPANY • MEGAWATI SUZARI, Director New Product Development, Scientific & Regulatory Affairs, FONTERRA BRANDS • SHAHNAS OLI MOHAMMED, Managing Director, NATURAL WELLNESS GROUP OF COMPANIES

    CASE STUDY Halal Sustainability & Technology

    RUSHDI SIDDIQUI, CEO, HALALNODE, Advisor, WALLSTREET BLOCKCHAIN ALLIANCE, SINGAPORE

    NETWORKING LUNCH

    CASE STUDY Halal Reputation Management: Individual and Collective Reputation Management Strategies

    • Halal reputation management: from measuring halal confidence to a more objective measurement of corporate halal reputation • Effective halal risk & reputation management through combining robustness and resilience • Exploring goods traceability to ensure Halal Integrity and increase consumer confidence

    PROF. DR. MARCO TIEMAN, Owner, LBB INTERNATIONAL, MALAYSIA

    Corporate Presentation PASCAL WILSON, CEO, MODERN CIKANDE

    AFTERNOON REFRESHMENTS & NETWORKING

    PANEL DISCUSSION 6 Standardization of Global Halal Slaughter Regulation: The Global Perspective

    • Discussing the issues surrounding halal meat • Defining Zabihah: Halal Slaughter • Exploring new methods in halal slaughter to encourage research into improving the welfare of animals

    Confirmed Panelists: • DR. A. M. Al CHAMAN, Chairman, CONTROL OFFICE OF HALAL, SLAUGHTERING B.V & HALAL QUALITY CONTROL • AWAL FUSEINI, Halal Sector Manager, AGRICULTURE & HORTICULTURE DEVELOPMENT BOARD (AHDB) • GHAITH KRAYEM, Ceo, AUSTRALIAN FEDERATION OF ISLAMIC COUNCILS

    CHAIRPERSON’S CLOSING REMARKS & END OF DAY 2

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    Step 1 Exhibitors, Sponsors,

    Partners, Speakers & Delegate

    information is uploaded

    Step 2 You receive an invitation to join

    the matchmaking system

    Step 3 Arrange your

    Business Meetings

    Step 4 Final Meeting

    Schedule Confirmed

    Step 5 Follow your

    schedule at the event

    GTDW Business Matchmaking service links all participants ahead of the event to pre-arrange meetings as part of your participation. This includes speakers, sponsors, partners, exhibitors and delegates.

    We can assist privately by request on G2G meetings with related Government Agencies.

    G2B and B2B meetings are managed online through the GTDW Business Matching Program. Over 80% of our attendees use the system and in the region of 400+ meetings will be registered between governments, brand owners, vendors, consultants, regulators and associations

    *please note meetings are not guaranteed and no show meetings are at discretion of the parties not the organiser

    BUSINESS MATCHING

  • 6

    EXHIBITION RATES & DETAILS

    BASIC

    PREMIUM

    9 SQM $ 5,040

    9 SQM $ 5,644

    18 SQM $ 10,080

    18 SQM $ 11,28