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Morocco: 400 decision-makers expected at the 1st Engineering Symposium for Africa

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Jacobs Engineering SA (JESA) organizes on Thursday, 21st May 2015 in Marrakesh, the first ESA Symposium, Engineering Symposium for Africa under the theme “Engineering and innovative technologies for a sustainable growth in Africa”.

This important international event will gather high-level speakers: famous experts, political, economic and financial personalities, decision-makers in the mining, industry and sustainable development sectors, representatives of financing organizations for development projects.

This exceptional concentration of leading figures in the field of technologies in Africa makes of ESA a major event for the Engineering community on this continent.

The elaborated program aims at analyzing carefully the stakes African countries are facing: greater urbanization, deficit in energy, difficulties in access to water, lack of skills, globalized economy.

The various plenary sessions as well as the round tables planned will explain how engineering and innovative technologies stand out as growth driving forces for a continent so rich in potentialities.

Outside this event, B-to-B meetings are also scheduled. The actors present will thus have a platform for exchange around the practical and innovative engineering and will have the opportunity to link business relationships.

Created in 2009, JESA is a joint-venture between the OCP Group, phosphates and by-products world leader and Jacobs Engineering Inc., one of the biggest technical, professional and building service providers in the world. JESA is specialized in engineering and consulting, offering a wide range of services covering all the phases of the projects from the analysis of the need and the feasibility study until the management of the building and the assistance of the release to service or the maintenance. JESA operates in domains as mines and minerals, chemistry, transport infrastructures, art, purification, water and environment, energy, building, consulting and sectorial studies works.

 

Original text by: Roger ADZAFO

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