Rabat - Nigerian First Lady Aicha Muhammadu Buhari will preside over the Nigeria-Morocco Businesswomen summit and exhibition from November 15 to 17 in Marrakech’s new Mohammed VI Museum for the Civilization of Water.
Rabat – Nigerian First Lady Aicha Muhammadu Buhari will preside over the Nigeria-Morocco Businesswomen summit and exhibition from November 15 to 17 in Marrakech’s new Mohammed VI Museum for the Civilization of Water.
The conference aims to promote economic cooperation between Moroccan and Nigerian businesswomen.
Pluriflash Nigeria Limited, an events management company based in Nigeria and South Africa, initiated the Nigeria-Morocco Businesswomen summit and invited the Moroccan Business Women Association (AFEM) to collaborate on organizing the proceedings.
“One of our most promising projects is to establish the Nigeria/Morocco Business Association because of its tremendous potentials to develop Business relationship between Morocco and Nigeria with the renewed Diplomatic and Business relationships between the two countries,” said Pluriflash Nigeria Limited’s CEO, Ahmed Gambo.
The summit will present ten predetermined topics, after which participants will ask questions and make contributions on the floor. The speakers will be followed by a networking session that maximizes private and public sector business interaction.
At night, there will be a display of Nigerian and Moroccan arts and entertainment with an exhibition of both the countries’ goods and products. The summit will be capped off with an Award Night to honour and appreciate all stakeholders that participated and sponsored the event.