The World Investment Conference North Africa (WIC North Africa) to be held on March 20 to 22, 2013 in Marrakech is organized in partnership with the Moroccan Investment Development Agency (MIDA).
WIC North Africa revolves around the central theme of Middle East & North Africa Region’s attractiveness in terms of Foreign Direct Investments. The conference focuses on bringing together foreign investors looking for investment opportunities in North Africa and political and business leaders from the MENA region interested in engaging in mutually rewarding business relationships.
It is a forum to share best practices, receive introductions to potential clients and partners, get updated on the latest investment and business opportunities in key growth sectors. North Africa is undergoing a transition, both in terms of investor perception of its market potential and in reality. Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) projects continue to grow strongly in the region and to offer exciting business opportunities for those who are ready to seize them.
Morocco, who is on the verge of becoming one of the most attractive investment destinations in Africa , will host this first edition of WIC North Africa.
The Government of Morocco has undertaken considerable reforms to improve the country’s business climate, modernize its financial markets, enhance its attractiveness, and raise its infrastructures to international standards. Furthermore, its excellent location and trade agreements with the EU and MENA countries make it a preferred regional business center.
The compelling program of the WIC North Africa 2013 will address the issues that are front-of-mind for investors, governments, and the business community in North Africa in the years ahead: growth, constraints, opportunities, and action. Intense and enthusiastic debate and essential insights will open new horizons for those who take part.