Entrepreneurship is a powerful yet elusive path that rewards success with financial independence, stability and freedom. However, successful entrepreneurs don’t arise in a vacuum, and Muslim entrepreneurs face additional challenges and opportunities on the path to commercial success. In order to create world-class Muslim business and entrepreneurial leaders, we must systematically address the following requirements. We must create a culture of learning and innovation for young Muslim professionals to develop; provide leadership training that is grounded in Islamic principles, and identify business opportunities in the Muslim and non-Muslim world that leverage our Islamic tradition and knowledge. The panelists will address each of these areas using their own personal and professional journeys and the businesses they’ve created.