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The Urban Muslim Woman Show 2013!

Saverah Events & Muslim Charity present

The Urban Muslim Woman Show '13

Saturday 15th June 2013 | Novotel London West

4.30 pm onwards

The Urban Muslim Woman Show is a pioneering event that is aimed solely at promoting strong and independent female professionals, entrepreneurs, designers and students within the Muslim community.
It is a celebration of the many achievements and successes of Muslim women and aims to inspire future generations with messages of empowerment and support.

One of the reasons I started up this blog was to inspire and motivate Muslim women to raise their aspirations and empower themselves in order to serve Allah, their family, their community, the world and Ummah at large the best they can.

This prestigious event celebrates everything about the 21st Century Muslimah, a worshipper, a mother, a daughter, a wife, a sister, a vital member of the Ummah!

iHijabi is proud to announce we are the official bloggers for this event, leading up to the day we will be covering aspects of the 21st Century Muslimah from all walks of life all with one leave a legacy!

Highlights for this year's event include

Panel of inspirational speakers
Islamic fashion show (featuring top Muslim fashion labels)
Stand up live comedy
Exhibitors and product launch
Gala Dinner
New talent

Join us for a thought-provoking evening and revive your senses this June.

Early bird ticket: £39.00 ( till 30th April 13)

From 1st May : £45.00

To book your tickets call 0844 871 8819 or 0203 384 6839

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Twitter:  @umwshow    @saverahevents

Keep your eyes on this blog for more information and exclusive details about the event as well as some backstage sneak peeks on the actual day.

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