Rabat - The National School for Applied Sciences in Tangier (ENSA) will launch its 12th edition of ENSAT Enterprises on March 8-9.
Rabat – The National School for Applied Sciences in Tangier (ENSA) will launch its 12th edition of ENSAT Enterprises on March 8-9.
The ENSAT Entreprises is an annual event that provides over 500 students with the opportunity to peek into the professional world, providing them with a space to approach, exchange, and build their network with corporate executives from over 20 companies.
The theme of the 12th edition “Morocco, a Platform of Investors and Intercontinental Exchanges: A Broad Perspective for the Engineer.” It aims to showcase the major development of the Moroccan economy, in the light of its bilateral investment treaties and digitalization. Furthermore, this edition will explain engineers’ roles and influences in this development.
The forum will also discuss sub-themes titled “Morocco, the African Eldorado of Foreign Investors: A Growing Development Opportunity,” and “Morocco 4.0: A Digital Turn for the Companies, a New Way for the Engineer.”
Participants will get the chance to meet many influential personalities such as Abdeslam Seddiki, the Moroccan minister of employment and social affairs, Hamid Bouchikhi, professor of management and entrepreneurship at the Higher School of Economics and Commercial Sciences (ESSEC) and Nacer Kettani, chief technology officer of Microsoft in the Middle East and North Africa region.