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7th Global Islamic Marketing Conference, Morocco May 4-6

7th Global Islamic Marketing Conference, Morocco Casablanca May 4-6, 2016 in Arabic, English, Turkish and French

The International Islamic Marketing Association in cooperation with UNIVERSITE MOHAMMED V SOUISSI | Diplôme des Etudes Supérieures de l’Université «DU| Pratiques Professionnelles et Juridiques de la Finance Islamique; Moroccan Society for Islamic Economics; Faculty of Economics at Erciyes University – Turkey; and Qatar University and, following the last six conferences organized by the International Islamic Marketing Association in Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Cairo, and Istanbul, and kuala Lumpur, the 7th Global Islamic Marketing Conference (GIMAC7) will be held on May 4-6, 2016 in Casablanca, where it will gather academics, researchers, businesses, governments, and NGOs from all continents.

 Conference Committee

Conference Chair: Dr. Baker Ahmad Alserhan alserhan@qu.edu.qa
Conference Associate Chair: Prof. Daphne Halkias (Greece). daphne_halkias@yahoo.com
Conference Associate Chair – Morocco Dr Omar Alasri. UNIVERSITE MOHAMMED V SOUISSI
Scientific Committee Chair Prof. Daphne Halkias (Greece). daphne_halkias@yahoo.com
Director, Business Strategy and Communications Ronald Doherty (Ireland). ronaldo060@gmail.com
Chair of the Marketing Dr. Roudaina Houjeir.Higher Colleges of Technology, UAE. rhajeer@hct.ac.ae

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