Bloomberg Media announced that it will hold its inaugural conference for Bloomberg, the gateway to the new economy for Africa, in Marrakesh in June 2023, while the company said in a statement, that “The event will be held in partnership with Morocco.”
“This event will bring together leaders from the private and public sectors to discuss the world’s most pressing issues and assess potential solutions in the context of local and regional priorities,” Bloomberg said in a statement.
The panels will discuss the various challenges that the world faces due to inflation, including the impact of the “global economic slowdown, rising food and energy prices,” in addition to supply chain issues.
The agency recalled Morocco’s position in the recent Climate Change Performance Index 2022, through which Morocco ranked first in Africa and seventh in the world, stressing that the general program of the event “will reflect the five editorial pillars of” Bloombe New Economy “, especially trade, sustainability and security, among others.
According to the same source, the businessman stated that the event will place “a special focus on sustainability and resilience, which are issues of critical importance to the future of every country.” He also conveyed the Moroccan government’s commitment to promoting sustainable development as part of King Mohammed VI’s vision.
“We are honoured to host the first of Bloomberg’s new economic portal to Africa in June 2023 in Morocco, demonstrating international recognition of the Kingdom’s regional and continental leadership under the vision of his Majesty King Mohammed VI,” said Moroccan Prime Minister Aziz Akhannouch.
Furthermore, King Mohammed VI stressed the importance of investment as a cornerstone of the country’s economic development and expressed his satisfaction with the “structural reforms carried out by Morocco”, which have significantly improved Morocco’s image as a business destination, while recognizing that results can still be improved to support The country to reach its full potential by encouraging private initiatives and attracting more foreign investment.