July 28, 2011
AMCC features a company every week on its social media outlets (Facebook, Linkedin and Twitter) promoting products or companies which are meeting the growing needs of American Muslim Consumers. Companies/Products featured in the month of July are:
Muslim Ad Network
Connecting advertisers with the Muslim market. The digital media is becoming more and more powerful, google ad revenue grows every quarter, groupon very soon will be a multibillion dollar company and the list goes on and on. Tabish Hasan and Saad Ahmed are the two young founders of Muslim Ad Network.
ILLUME delivers the latest breaking news and information about Muslims and the Muslim World, latest top stories, business, entertainment, politics, and more. For in-depth coverage, ILLUME provides special reports, video, audio, photo galleries, and interactive guides. ILLUME was honored with an award for “quality journalism, balance and fairness in its coverage of the Muslim-American community” from the highly celebrated and highly esteemed National Press Foundation.
Whole Foods Market
Enjoy authentic Pad Thai made with chicken that is Certified Humane by Humane Farm Animal Care and spices that are roasted and ground on site for the best flavor. Saffron Road Halal-certified products are available in Whole Foods market, and the sale of these delicious products also supports Whole Planet Foundation.
At AMCC we keep a pulse on the Muslim Consumer market. These articles which were on major media outlets talk about opportunities and the growing demand in the Muslim Consumer market:
“Suzanne Muir, the founder of “Allah made World” App and Over the Moon Stories. A teacher and children’s author, she’s taken her creativity, skills and knowledge to create educational apps for Muslim children. Officially on her halal hustle and filling a gap that’s needed in a niche Muslim market.
The taoiseach, Enda Kenny, who was swept to power on a wave of public anger at the taxpayers’ €70bn (£62bn) bailout of failed banks, told the Irish Funds Industry Association (IFIA) that he was doing everything he could to “ensure” Dublin became “a centre of excellence for Islamic finances”.
Or why not a business catering to a freshly self-conscious, religious submarket—domestic Muslims? Many marketers see them as a small yet promising commercial target. Saffron Road, based in Stamford, Conn., is selling its line of Halal (comporting with Islamic law) frozen entrees in Whole Foods supermarkets.
The ResportOn, a tight-fitting hoodie covering the hair, is the new sports hijab – but it’s attracting orders from non-Muslim women. The ResportOn, whose tagline is “Be yourself. Unveil your performance”, is the brainchild of Iranian-born French-Canadian designer Elham Seyed Javad.