Morocco Day Business Luncheon and CEO Summit
Date(s) - 03/29/2019
10:30 am - 5:00 pm
InterContinental The Willard Washington D.C.
WASHINGTON, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
Small Business Leadership
Youth and Women’s Leadership
Morocco Meet US
10:30-11:30 opportunities for small biz with local and federal Gov
Getting Started in Government Contracting
Whether you’re interested in selling a little or selling a lot, learn how to sell to the largest buyer in the world – the United States Government! Learn how the government buys goods and services; how to become certified; and how to register with various federal, state and local agencies. Attendees will learn how to market their business to government buyers and prime contractors and how to identify federal, state and local government business opportunities that are right for your business. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn how to win, grow and succeed in supporting our country!
Women’s & Youth Leadership
2:20pm- 4: 30 PM
DOING BUSINESS IN AFRICA
Technology innovation &workforce development. How can the US share knowledge transfer?
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT MOROCCO
The scale and nature of conflicts in MENA countries during the past decade makes resilience a regional priority. Promoting resilience requires addressing short-term issues while providing long-term solutions that can minimize the impact of future shocks.
Conflict and fragility can exacerbate already volatile conditions through dramatic falls in foreign direct investment, trade and economic growth, creating a vicious cycle. Pre-existing structural challenges amplify the impact of the crisis. Human loss, displacement and unemployment negatively affect livelihood prospects. Private sector development can contribute to economic resilience by facilitating financial flows, participating in reconstruction projects, and driving job creation and capital investment