The Higher Institute of Commerce and Business Administration Group (ISCAE) is organising, on June 29 in Casablanca, the first edition of the Morocco-Spain Year, under the theme “the family business, a model of authentic leadership”.
“As part of the dynamics of rapprochement between Morocco and Spain and the opening of new horizons in bilateral relations between the two neighboring countries, the ISCAE Group is organising, on June 29, 2022 at the Casablanca campus, the first edition of the ‘Morocco-Spain Year in partnership with the Consejo Economico Marruecos-Espana (CEMAES)’, indicates the Group in a press release.
This initiative is part of the model and mission advocated by the ISCAE Group, which positions itself as an actor in the economic and social development of Morocco and Africa and in the process of decompartmentalization between the world of education and business, says the same source.
This flagship event will be chaired by the Minister of Industry and Trade, Ryad Mezzour, with the presence of His Excellency Ricardo Diez-Hochleitner Rodriguez, Spanish Ambassador to Morocco.
Take part in this day, representatives of Moroccan and Spanish companies who will benefit from a program of excellence including high-level meetings led by renowned speakers, thematic conferences, doctoral workshops and round tables.
On the program for this day, a series of meetings between actors from the two neighboring and friendly countries in order to highlight the potential for regional and sectoral co-investment between the two kingdoms.
During this day, the ISCAE Group’s Center for Doctoral Studies (CEDOC) is organizing, in partnership with HFEI Institute and CEMAES, the 2nd edition of the “International Symposium For Innovative and Positive Organization” on the theme “family business, a model of authentic leadership”.
The organizers of the symposium intend to bring together researchers in management science and practitioners who have developed approaches dedicated to the concepts, regulatory mechanisms and new challenges that these family businesses face on a daily basis.