The Muslim Lifestyle Expo returns to Event City Manchester on the weekend of October 26 and 27.

The Expo will welcome over 120 exhibitors from over 15 countries from as far and wide as Canada, Malaysia, France and Pakistan. 

With modest fashion and the halal food industries leading the way, the Muslim lifestyle sectors are now recognised as one of the fastest moving consumer markets in the world growing at nearly double the rate of the global economy.

Rauf Mirza, Co-Founder of the Expo said: “With year-on-year growth in the lifestyle sectors, our Expo welcomes people to engage with a huge array of innovative products and services from top brands and high street names. 

"What makes our event attractive is the mix of exhibitors, modest fashion shows, seminars, live cookery demos and a feast of family friendly entertainment. The variety on show is what is unique about the Expo.”

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MLE events have won two national awards already, such as Event of the Year 2018 and is now a Finalist in the 'Best Live Event' category at the forthcoming 2019 Asian Media Awards.

Rauf Mirza, Co-Founder of the Expo said: “We are proud to have reached this milestone of our 5th consecutive Expo. As pioneers of Muslim Lifestyle events in the UK, we have proven the value and potential of this new consumer market with the ever-increasing demand for quality products and services for the Muslim audience.

Tahir Mirza, CEO and Co-Founder added- “In 2015, we wanted to prove the concept. We’re immensely proud and humbled to have welcomed over 50,000 visitors and over 450 exhibitors since our first event. Since then we’ve established an event that promotes the tremendous contribution of British Muslims to UK society. And we promote it all with a firm nod to British humour and personality!”

This year at MLE2019 will have several new additions to attract visitors. 

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These include stage performances and new seminars. Comedy from -‘Two White Muslims’, and Atif Nawaz- a popular stand up comedian and actor, and writer of Muzlamic on BBC Three. ‘Brown Girl Problems’- aka Rucksar Naaz is a social media sensation among the young Muslims in the UK. Mesut Kurtis – a global singing artist and traditional South Asian/Sufi Qawali.

Prophetic Medicine- a unique seminar which looks at traditional remedies for modern health problems derived from divine sources.

Peter Sanders -a world renowned photographer will reveal examples of Spirituality through the camera lens from his travels around the world.

‘How the Ottomans & Ertugrul changed Islamic history’, - a seminar based on the Turkish blockbuster drama series on Netflix (dubbed the “Turkish Game of Thrones”) ‘Resurrection Ertugrul’ which broke records in Turkey and the Middle East, and has taken the rest of the world by storm.

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