The first edition of the “B to B Made in Morocco meetings” is expected to kick off at Casablanca today with the participation of over 300 Moroccan businessmen.
APA reports that the meeting initiated by Morocco Export, is an exchange platform for the benefit of Moroccan exporters and an opportunity for exchange encounter with several sectors of activity with the aim of creating synergies in promoting “Made in Morocco” products.
This edition is bringing together over 300 national operators from various sectors such as agriculture, food processing, construction and infrastructure, automotive, aerospace, ICTs, health, pharmaceuticals, leather, electronics, renewable energy, mechanical & steel industry etc.
According to Morocco Export, “the forum aims to enable synergies to move forward in the promotion of the label Made in Morocco, identify complementarities likely to boost exports of products with value added, create alliances between sales poles, share costs and develop an integrated and competitive Moroccan offer.”
In a bid to make the meeting a successful one, Morocco Export has targeted major national actors in the supply chain of the cited sectors to enable them to identify potential Moroccan partners and initiate business approaches likely to allow them presence on all international markets.