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Interactive Seminar: Business Opportunities in Morocco

Assess your development strategy with advice from our experts Events

Make a full assessment of this high-potential market for your business

An African economic power with growth rates higher than the global average, Morocco is also an entry point to the vast African market of over one billion consumers. For Québec companies, Morocco notably offers a large, young, and dynamic population, and one of the most stable political and social environments in the region. With projected growth of 4.8% in 2017, domestic demand and household consumption are on the rise.

In 2016, Morocco’s imports from Canada amounted to $306.25 million CAD, principally from the semi-finished goods, capital and consumer goods, and fuel sectors. Key areas of development in Morocco include the automotive, aeronautics, renewable energy, construction and infrastructure, tourism, mines and metals, telecommunications, agriculture, services, and transportation sectors.

New format: ask the experts all of your questions

Adopt a new business development strategy for Morocco by taking part in this new interactive seminar format.
With the special format of this activity, you will gain practical knowledge of current business opportunities, certain aspects of the business culture, taxation, the legal system, customs operations, and transportation in Morocco.

Don’t miss this opportunity to:

  • Directly ask the experts all of your questions
  • Take part in small group discussions
  • Benefit from the advice of a specialized panel of speakers
  • Meet several entrepreneurs with in-depth experience on the market
  • Speak to potential partners and key stakeholders for your projects.
Speakers and Experts


Members Non members
Ticket(s) $100 * $145 *

Contact et informations

By phone:

514 871-4001

For more information:

Loubna Chamcham
Advisor, International market development
514 871-4002, extension 6212

Louise Lauzon
Advisor, International Market Development
514 871-4002, extension 6227

No reservations, cancellations or refunds after the registration deadline. Participant substitutions are accepted at no extra charge until the event is held. Please note that only substitution notices sent by email at will be accepted.


Omni Mont-Royal

1050 Sherbrooke Street West
Montréal, QC

Peel, Bonaventure

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Speakers and Experts

Country profile
Investment assistance and support and business environment

  • Souad ElmallemExecutive Partner

Moroccan Business Culture

  • Marie LacertePresident
    Lacerte Solutions

The Legal System in Morocco

  • Geneviève GagnéLawyer, International Affairs Specialist
    Joli-Cœur Lacasse

Adapting your strategy

  • Patrick ChenelSenior Partner

Taxation in Morocco

  • Sébastien DurandDirector, International Taxation
    Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton

Customs and Transportation

  • Carl-Olivier Boivin Business Development
    W2C Gestion Douanière
  • Aziz Zahiri Operations Manager
    W2C Gestion Douanière


  • Audrey LavalléeProject Manager
    Lemay architecte
  • Dr Mustapha LemriniPresident
    Éco-énergies Canada Maroc

Business opportunities to explore

  • Mohcine ChougradBusiness Information Specialist
    Info Entrepreneurs

Who should attend?

  • All companies seeking to develop their business in Morocco, or wanting to learn more about this market.
  • The activity will be of particular interest to companies in the following sectors:
    • Engineering companies/firms
    • Investors and financial institutions
    • Automobiles and trucks
    • Construction and infrastructure
    • Biotechnology/Life sciences
    • Electronics
    • Green technology/Renewable energy
    • Information technology and telecommunications
    • Oil and natural gas
    • Mining and metals
    • Aerospace
    • Textiles
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Acclr, through its international trade department, receives financial support from Canada Economic Development for Quebec Regions

Affiliated with the World Trade
Centers Association


Canada Economic Development   World Trade Centers association (WTCA)

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