Education Partnerships UK teams up with Halal Angels Network to offer certificate courses to entrepreneurs

Education Partnerships UK teams up with Halal Angels Network to offer certificate courses to entrepreneurs
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Featured image: Dr. Tausif Malik (L), Founder, Halal Angels Network; and Saeeda Ahmed, Founding Director, Education Partnerships UK


The globally recognised Education Partnerships UK has teamed up with Halal Angels Network (HAN) to develop and provide training and certificate courses in entrepreneurship, skill development, Islamic finance to aspiring entrepreneurs. Halal Angels Network is among the first to penetrate the $5 trillion Halal consumer market and has teamed up Education Partnerships UK.

Halal Angels Network was launched to promote innovation, entrepreneurship and start-ups, and inspire investors across the world to tap into a sector that will be worth $9.71 trillion by 2025 (Reuters, 2019).

UK based, Education Partnerships UK is professionally managed educational and training company that help individuals achieve their life goals. With over 15 years of experience working in diverse market conditions, it applies a rigorous research and analytics approach to provide quality education and training, which has enhanced individuals personal and professionals goals and generate economic activity. 

Education Partnerships UK is globally recognized top educational and training company and works with Universities, Educational Institutes, Governments & NGO’s.

The angel network is adopting new, innovative technology to digitize the way they present, distribute and manage Halal-based deals. In doing so, angel investors will benefit from greater access to deal flow which can be profiled based on their interests, risk appetite and current portfolio.

Saeeda Ahmed, Founding Director, Education Partnerships UK in a statement said,

“A post-COVID-19 world needs flexibilities and new solutions that enable multiple ways of economic participation. The education and economic participation must be inclusive of all people succeeding and enable economic activities regardless of where someone is located. The education sector has often focused on career and job creation rather than entrepreneurship therefore substantially limiting livelihoods with Covid-19 lockdowns. The $4 Trillion Ethical and halal economy creates substantial opportunities for entrepreneurship, social inclusion and creation of jobs not just for Muslims but all interested in the Ethical space. It is profoundly important to create new ethical and business opportunities from the UK as a gateway to the rest of the world. Halal is actually ethical, where the entire process of operating the business is about environmental sustainability, ethically dealing with business associates, team and honesty towards various stakeholders.”

She further added,

“Our approach is inclusive and aims to increase the success rate of start ups by intense ecosystem of support incorporating business planning, financial literacy, British accredited skills-based training, mentoring and the right types of support networks. The entrepreneurs will not only tap into the $5 trillion ethical and halal consumer market but also provide inclusive lifelines for struggling economies and societies”.

Dr Tausif Malik, Fo