The Moroccan outsourcing sector confirms its attractiveness with a new flow of investments.
This is an investment of 375 million DH, with the creation of 3,000 jobs by 2027. The two memoranda of understanding relating to these investment projects were recently signed between the Ministry of Digital Transition and Administration Reform and the Ministry of Industry and Trade, on the one hand, and the Majorel and Kolibri groups, on the other. Stakeholders assured that it is 3000 new direct and stable jobs. It should be noted that these new investment projects strengthen the kingdom’s position as a regional economic hub and accelerate the dynamism of Morocco’s digital transition.
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“This signature testifies to the dynamism of this sector, which places Morocco among the top three outsourcing destinations on the continent. The Kingdom has recently been able to attract one of the world’s giants of computer systems (IT), the Indian HCL, with which we have also entered into a partnership which promises to be very fruitful”, explained Ghita Mezzour, Minister of Digital Transition and Administrative Reform. She assured that the will of her ministry is to support and develop this dynamism, through a solid and agile public-private partnership, which is enriched by the commitment of investors who support Morocco.
For his part, Ryad Mezzour, Minister of Industry and Trade argued that these agreements, sealed with world-recognized leaders, respond to the national priority of boosting job creation by offering opportunities to young people in the services, management and technology. These investment projects, according to the minister, will bring great expertise to the training of Moroccan skills and will contribute to the development of new activities.
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“The move upmarket of the outsourcing sector reinforces its role as an essential lever of the national economy and strengthens the attractiveness of Morocco as a destination on a global scale”, he added. The Majorel group via its Africa subsidiary, for its part, explained that it intends to continue active development in Morocco, adding that the ambition is to extend its activity to other regions of Morocco, in addition to Casablanca and Marrakech.