The 3rd German-Moroccan Business Forum

  • May 21 – 25, 2013
  • Casablanca, Rabat, Tangier

21. till 25. Mai 2013

Casablanca, Rabat, Tangier

Many countries in the EMA-region are experiencing political upheaval because they are undergoing profound changes which lead to the reconstitution on the political, economic and social level. However, the Kingdom of Morocco has been a regional example in terms of its political stability, economic openness and willingness to invest.

The German-Moroccan forum, which will take place the third year in a row, is organized by the EMA in collaboration with the AMDI and many other partners. The goal is to simplify the entrance of German companies onto the Moroccan market. Furthermore there will be the opportunity to make valuable contacts with key decision makers and several b2b meetings will be planned.

All industries, be it environment, electronics, textile, agribusiness or trade, can look forward to an eventful trip.

The journey will take you through Casablanca, Rabat and Tangier. It will offer a valuable insight into the development of these cities. Besides specially organized conferences fur the delegation, receptions with b2b possibilities and visits to companies, there will also be a visit to the Eau Expo planned, which aims to promote the sustainable German-Moroccan collaboration

The exclusive offer of the German-Moroccan Business Forum contains the following services:

  • Organizing several different B2B possibilities in every city according to the desired sector
  • Visiting the fair Eau Expo
  • Hotel (4 nights 4-5*)
  • Transport in Morocco
  • Meals during the trip
  • Provision of meeting rooms and conference program
  • Translating services during the trip
  • Interesting cultural program
  • Follow-Up: our individual counseling after the trip
  • etc.
Tuesday, 21. May 2013 – Individual arrival in Casablanca

Dinner at Delegationshotel  Le Royal Mansour Meridien Hotel, 27 Boulevard des Forces Armées Royales, Casablanca

PART I: CASABLANCA, THE CAPITAL OF THE MOROCCAN INDUSTRY 

Wednesday, 22. May 2013

10-12 Reception at the Casablanca Chamber of Commerce
12-13.30 B2B conversations with members of the Chamber of Commerce
14 -15.30 Empfang in dem Office for Professional Training and Work Promotion (OFPPT)
16-18.30 Visit of the kick-off event of the environmental fair Eau Expo 2013:

Inputs from renowned personalities from the environmental sector and industry associations

PART II: RABAT, THE POLITICAL CENTER OF MOROCCO 

Thursday, 23. May 2013

10-12 Reception by the Moroccan investment agency AMDI
12.30-14 Briefing by the German Embassy in Rabat
15.30-16.30 Reception at the Centre Régional d’Investissements of Kenitra
17-18 Company tour in Kenitra
PART III: TANGER, THE ECONOMIC PEARL ON THE MEDITERRANEAN SEA

Friday, 24. May 2013

09 – 10.30 Reception at the Centre Régional d’Investissements of Tangier
12.30-14.30 Business exchange in Tangier port on invitation of the company Meyer and Meyer
15-17 Reception at the Port Authority with tour of the port
Saturday, 25. May 2013 – End of the program and individual return

Agence Marocaine de Développement des Investissements

The Moroccan Agency for Investment and Development (AMDI) is a financially independent and public institution. AMDI is a governmental corporation for the promotion of development and investment in Morocco. Its mission is to create an inviting structure for investors and to provide assistance to them. The services offered by AMDI include Information on opportunities and conditions for investment in Morocco, assistance in implementing the investment, support in establishing contacts with local and administrative partners, and much more.

Environmental fair Eau expo 2013

The Eau Expo is organized jointly by AMEPA (The Moroccan Association of drinking water and sanitation) and MEDCOM. The international water exhibition is aimed at participants from the water industry worldwide and aims to share solutions to global water problems by exchanging technologies, expertise and water resource management to ensure sustainable access to water. Confédération Générale des Entreprises du Maroc (CGEM) Umbrella organization of Moroccan enterprises

The Confédération des Entreprises du Maroc is a private association of Moroccan entrepreneurs and was founded in 1947. The CGEM represents enterprises of any size and industry-spreading (industry, trade and services), altogether 95% of the members are small and medium-size enterprises. The organization sees itself as a contact and intermediary for authorities and partners of social institutions. The competitiveness of companies and the prosperity of the Moroccan economy are the main concerns of CGEM, which promotes private initiatives at national level with regard to these objectives. Internationally, the association is actively involved in the marketing of the Moroccan economy and foreign investments in the country.

Chambre de Commerce, d’Industrie et de Services de Casablanca

The Casablanca Chamber of Commerce and Industry is a public institution with an administrative function and is headed by elected representatives of the private sector. Its three main tasks are to represent, advise and provide services to its members.

Chambre de Commerce, d’Industrie et de Services de Rabat

The Rabat Chamber of Commerce and Industry was founded on 26 June 1914 and is a public institution under the auspices of the Ministry of Commerce and Industry in Morocco. The tasks of the Rabat Chamber of Commerce and Industry include representation, consulting, administration and economic development.

Chambre de Commerce, d’Industrie et de Services Wilaya de Tangier

The Tangier Chamber of Commerce and Industry is a public institution with an administrative function and is headed by elected representatives of the private sector. It sees itself as a motor and manager of economic interests for small and medium-sized enterprises and is divided into three units: trade, industry and services. Centre Régional d’Investissement de Tangier

The Centre Régional d’Investissement was founded in October 2002 to promote investment in Morocco. As an administrative body, the CRI acts as a single point of contact for investors and company founders. Guidance and assistance are offered in the area of legal, financial and social issues relating to the creation of companies. For investors, the CRI offers all the necessary information regarding their authorization, as well as administrative support for the implementation of their project.

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