300 participants and 24 high-level speakers will have to analyze the role of PPPs in digital transformation in Africa, both in terms of infrastructures (fiber optics, mobile networks) and uses (digital public services, e-government).
An exceptional opportunity for investors and international companies to better absorb this dynamic and opportunities for partnerships.
Business visits are planned in order to capitalize on the best practices, the most outstanding of which will receive an award at a gala dinner.
Participating states will also have to present their PPP projects with the possibility of a large mobilization of private sector resources and other investors able to support agricultural production from production to processing until the market.
The appointment of Casablanca comes after that of Paris last year and will be attended by prominent speakers such as Ibrahima Kassory Fofana (Guinean Prime Minister); Moulay Hafid Elalami (Moroccan Minister of Industry, Trade, Investment and Digital Economy); Saloua Kakri Belkziz (President of the Moroccan Federation of Information Technologies, Telecommunications and Offshoring APEBI Morocco); Khady Evelyne Ndiaye (Head of Private Sector Division of UEMOA Commission).