The seventh annual Urban Muslim Woman Show, dedicated to showcasing the passions, trends and successes of female Muslim entrepreneurs, will once again take place in 3 Cities across the UK.
The first stop will be in the world-famous capital London, on Saturday 3rd February at the award-winning Novotel West Hotel. Second stop will be the diverse, energetic and bursting city of Manchester, on Saturday 10th February at Mercure Piccadilly Hotel. The last and final show will be Glasgow, one of Europe’s most vibrant cities, on Sunday 18th February at the Radisson Blu.
Each year, the Urban Muslim Woman Show, designed to inspire, connect and empower Muslim women, attracts hundreds of attendees from across the UK and throughout Europe. Attendees include a diverse group, including entrepreneurs, professionals and homemakers in a wide variety of fields, as well as media representatives and influential fashion bloggers.
The high-profile, glamorous event includes a panel of inspirational speakers, fashion shows, entertainment, networking opportunities, a three-course dinner, exhibitors and exciting product launches from Muslim female entrepreneurs.
This year will see an amazing line of speakers such as Bushra Shaikh, the BBC Apprentice Candidate 2017 and a fashion designer, the face of Adidas commercial and British & European Kick-Boxing & Muay Thai Champion – Ruqsana Begum, along with Consultant and Solicitor Aina Khan who was awarded OBE last year for her efforts in protecting women and children in unregistered marriages. Full list of speakers will be released soon.
One of the most anticipated aspect of the annual Urban Muslim Woman Show is its fashion shows, which showcase the creative work of Muslim designers from the UK and across the globe
Besides offering networking opportunities and promoting Muslim fashion trends and designs, the Urban Muslim Woman Show strives to promote emerging talent and successful Muslim female entrepreneurs, provide an opportunity for investors and businesses to support a vibrant and highly motivated community, encourage women to become empowered and successful, identify the critical issues Muslim women feel need to be addressed, and eliminate the concept of Muslim women being suppressed, oppressed and deprived of their rights.
For more information visit www.urbanmuslimwoman.co.uk