J Group, a market leader in real estate marketing and advertising, has launched its first and unique stage, “Jaizer” social networking and real estate advertising platform during the Ramadan Souhour function that was held in Palace Hotel Dubai. The event was highlighted by the presence of the respected media personality Mr. George Kordahi.
As. Mr. Kordahi welcomed the guest, Dr. Habib Hammoud, the director of J Group, spoke about the circumstances that led to the establishment of the Group and launching of Jaizer. Mr. Ayham Gebara, the CEO, of J Group, spoke about the importance of the Group, and it’s participation in so many similar activities and seminars during this year through the strategic partner “Business Gate” managed by Ms. Laila Rahhak Elafani. Mr. Gebara then explained the details of Jaizer.
The evening was a mixture of good conversation with the VIP’s and dignitaries including Mr. Mohamed Dekkak, Chairman and Founder of Adgeco Group, Mr. George Kordahi, International Host, Journalist and TV Presenter, Dr. Habib Hammoud, the director of J Group, Mr. Ayham Gebara, CEO, of J Group, Mr. Ashraf Gaber, CEO and Editor-in-Chief of Business Review, Ms Laila Rahhak Elafani, Investor and Manager of Business Gate. Mr. Abdulaziz Al Sabhan, CEO of Abdulaziz Al Sabhan Group, Ms. Hala Mourad, Film Director and Editor of Purple Art Production and Media Service, and interested parties from the real estate, marketing, and advertising world.
Mohamed Dekkak at the official opening ceremony of the new Embassy of the Kingdom of Morocco in Abu Dhabi
The inauguration of the new Embassy of the Kingdom of Morocco in Abu Dhabi, Diplomatic Zone was held on Tuesday, 22 May 2018.
The formal opening was graced by the presence of His Excellency Mr. Nasser Bourita, Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation of the Kingdom of Morocco and His Excellency Dr. Zaki Anwar Nusseibeh, Minister of State as an official guest of honors.
His Excellency Mohamed Ait Ouali, Ambassador of the Kingdom of Morocco welcomed official guests and Ambassadors from different embassies, foreign dignitaries, and personalities from the business communities attended this ceremony. Mohamed Dekkak, Chairman and Founder of Adgeco Group and H.E Maya Tissafi Ambassador of the Swiss Confederation, Switzerland Embassy to the UAE and Bahrain, Mr. Chakib Bouyad, CEO of Emirates Consortium, Amine El Hamzaoui Sr. Manager Strategic Project Officer of CEO Masdar, Zouhair Kabbaj Managing Director at Kazo Group, Mohammed Najib S’haki Regional Manager Middle East, Director Regional BMCE Bank, Anouar Zaoudi Marquez De Prado Managing Director/Head of Middle East BBVA, Bachir Belbachir Haskouri AB Consultant and Advisor, Abdelali Namli Journalist at Sky News Arabia, Ibrahim Noukra Officer at Moroccan Embassy, Walid Belbachir Officer at Moroccan Embassy, H.E Mounir Ktitou Minister Plenipotentiary Deputy Head of Mission, Emabassy of the Kingdome of Morocco, Ahmed Ayouche CEO Itawasol, H.E Altonio Alwarez Barthe, Ambassador of Spain, Lamiae Fadili, Airline Account Director Amadeus, Professor Ahmed Ankit, Dean Researcha nd Doctoral Studies Hamdan Bin Mohamed Smart University and other members of the Moroccan Community & dignitaries were also invited together with other members of Moroccans Abroad Living in UAE.
The new building was designed with rich and beautiful Moroccan flair. The architectural structure and interior were adorned with Morocco’s unique design elements – interesting geometric patterns and bright colored hues. The design is complex Hispano-Moorish elements of Moroccan blended architecture with influence with Islamic and Spanish Cultures.
The Kingdom of Morocco and the United Arab Emirates, two Arab countries that share profound and good friendship are spreading out to all sectors of common interests.
Both nations stand side-by-side in their mutual efforts for continued development and in their firm decision to carry out world peace and security in this global village.
The Moroccan community is fast growing in UAE, whereas Emirati investors are growing their presence in the North African nation in various sectors. The political relations amongst the two nations are more than outstanding and are nurtured by common understanding and flourishing trade exchanges.
On 15 May 2018 (Tuesday), Nass Contracting Co WLL – Dubai had marked the significant phase of the project 132/11 kV Rabwah and Greenhills Substations and Associated Works, as the First Concrete Pouring Ceremony onsite, located in Dubai Hill State by J.V. – Emaar Properties PJSC & Meraas Holding
The milestones was celebrated with the number of dignitaries, including Mohamed Dekkak, Chairman and Founder of Adgeco Group, Mohamed Al –Jasim from Nass Corporation, Stuart Smith – Country Manager, Adnane Khezzar – Head of Constructing, ABB, Osama Elmeligy-Project Manager, Gerard Moore – Project Manager, Issa Raddad – General Manager of Adgeco Group, Nass Contracting and ABB’s Representatives. The ceremony was a true success.
During the ceremony, both parties had reaffirmed their total commitment through mutual cooperation & support and to work as one team to ensure the success of the project.
The project is to be completed as scheduled.
Speakers from the first forum of Skilled Moroccans Residing in the United Arab Emirates, held in the conference room of the Sofitel Jardin des Roses Hotel in Rabat on Friday, March 16th at 9:00 am seek to encourage Moroccan entrepreneurs living abroad to invest in Morocco. Mohamed Dekkak Chairman and Founder of Adgeco Group was invited to be a part of this great meeting.
Casablanca Finance City (CFC) Managing Director, Said Ibrahimi, stressed that it is necessary to encourage Moroccan investors living abroad to operate in the Moroccan market in order to promote and facilitate the development of economic exchanges between Morocco and foreign markets. Mr. Ibrahimi also said that Morocco has a “pull ” of investors because of its many strengths including political stability, open market economy, strategic position, strong infrastructure, rich history and excellent relations with African countries.
He also highlighted the network of 15 international airports serving 32 African cities, 1800 km of motorways, the first TGV in Africa and a maritime connection to 161 ports and 63 countries. The Kingdom of Morocco also has a strategic position at the crossroads of continents with 3500 km of coastline overlooking the Mediterranean and the Atlantic, he added, noting that Morocco has an open economy, giving access to a free market of one billion consumers with countries representing about 60% of the world’s Gross Domestic Product.
Abdel Karim Ben Ateeq, Minister Delegate responsible for Moroccans residing abroad and immigration affairs, called on the Moroccan community residing in the United Arab Emirates to mobilize and contribute to the development project known to Morocco.
Speaking on Friday at the first forum of Moroccan competencies in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) organized in Rabat, Benitez said that the future of Morocco’s development is linked to its competence at home and abroad, stressing that the Moroccan competencies have been able to impose their presence in the Diaspora as in the UAE where ” Strongly in decision-making
With regard to political stability, Morocco has experienced a dynamic of political, economic and social reforms and has strong historical and spiritual ties with Africa, said Ibrahimi. Moroccan entrepreneurs are distinguished by their skills, performance and good integration in their host countries and are therefore a good link between their host and home countries, said Adil Zaidi, the president of the 13th region and the project “CGEM MeM.”
Moroccans residing in the United Arab Emirates, whose number is estimated at more than 25,000 Expats, hold key positions in various fields, including the banking sector, finance, tourism and journalism thus constituting a bridge between Morocco and UAE as well as with the other countries in the Gulf and has strengthen Morocco’s external trade.
More than 150 Moroccans residing in the United Arab Emirates and Morocco, including businessmen, business leaders and executives took part in this forum whose work revolves around three themes namely, investment opportunities in Morocco, the business climate between Morocco and the UAE and the role of financial and port platforms in economic development.
Mohamed Dekkak Chairman and Founder of Adgeco Group at Arab Innovation (A Business Festival for Innovation)
Arab Innovation is the initiative of His Highness Mohamed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum which was held on February 26-27, 2018 at Dubai World Trade Centre.
Arab Innovation is a great hub and Innovation Festival for the entrepreneurs, investors, speakers, business visionaries, speculators, the media and more. It was very resourceful Innovation festival for more than 10 thousands of people to let them bring more advance technologies and the innovations in a single platform. It was the multidimensional innovation festival which had Expo. Startups, Summit and Awards Programs. It revealed the really innovative ideas from around the world regarding Renewable Energy, Health and Care, Advance Technology, Transportation, Government Services and Business Services.
More than 10,000 Visitors got the unique and great ideas from the case studies, experience and progressive ideas of International experts & speakers. More than 400+ companies including the leading entrepreneurs from the world, showcase their latest technology inventions, their brilliant concepts and ideas to bring & compel the entrepreneurs and investors to interact with the latest innovations to change their life.
The main speakers in the conference were:
Opening Speech: H.E. Jamal Bin Huwaireb (CEO of the Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum Knowledge Foundation)
Opening Speech: H.E. Ahmed Mahboob Musabih (Director of Dubai Customs)
Topic: Dubai Government Excellence Program:
Speaker: H.E. Dr. Ahmad Al Nusairat (General Coordinator of the program of the Dubai Government Excellence)
Topic: Dubai Innovation Index:
Speaker: Amira Alhaddad (Business Strategy – Senior Analyst)
Topic: Dubai Innovation Index:
Speaker: Khalil Haddad (Director of Strategy and Development – Dubai Chamber of Commerce & Industry)
Topic: What is at the Heart of Future Shaping Innovation? How to take advantage of the innovation shortcut
Speaker: Gabor George Baurt (Director Slingshot Group)
Topic: Policy Lesson for a New Growth Model
Speaker: Daria Tataj (CEO, Tataj Innovation)
Topic : Corporate Innovation in Dubai Silicon Oasis Authority
Speaker: Ghanim Al Falasi (SVP. People Happiness and Innovation at Dubai Silicon Oasis Authority)
However there were many conferences on different topics in which various speaker shared their innovative ideas to the world.
In the award ceremony at the final day, the Arab Innovation honored the awards to the top innovative leading companies. Arab Innovation brings the most advance technology to the UAE to discover the future technology, innovative ideas, wide technology products and decision makers to achieve your business objectives.
Moroccan Dress Collections by Hanae Mrabet of boutiqe hana Mode during the opening ceremony of International Festival of Ibn Battuta (Festival of Peace and Tolerance – Universal Values)
Moroccan Dress Collections by Hanae Mrabet of Boutiqe Hana Mode during the opening ceremony of International Festival of Ibn Battuta (Festival of Peace and Tolerance – Universal Values)
The captivating Kingdom of Morocco filled with many surprises is a nation that is lush in terms culture, traditions, religion, geography and history. The dress pattern as part of the cultural heritage is just part of an element on the numerous features that have been inspired by this diversity.
Typically, Moroccans still continue to wear the traditional clothing of their ancestors without extensive modification or influence from that of Western fashion. Traditional garments for men and women of Morocco is made up of long flowy robes with either hoods or headscarves and traditional slippers. Patterned on luxury fabrics and rich colors, these magnificent clothes have been worn since the olden days of Moroccan history, and still are a very much part of the living tradition of the present kingdom.
To showcase these rich traditional designs, a short fashion show was held during the opening ceremony of the International Festival of Ibn Battuta held last November 9 – 12, 2018 at the quaint city of Tangier in Morocco. The event which promotes peace, tolerance and universal values, featured the young designer Hana Mrabet of Boutiqe Hana Mode.
The runway showcased a line of impressive Caftan worn by women. It’s a one-piece traditional long dress that can be used, depending on the material, as everyday casual dress or as haute-couture attire on formal events. The Moroccan couture, embroidered, beaded and bejeweled, designed by the dressmaker caught the attention of the audience.
With a great touch of art, Hana Mrabet of Boutiqe Hana Mode offers a traditional Moroccan style for women with bold cuts suitable for all styles and ages. Their dresses are also available for rent, for sale and custom made. The shop is located at Avenue Haroun Er Rachid, Tanger 90060, Morocco and may be contacted at +212 660-584390.
Guest Speakers during the Opening Ceremony International Festival of Ibn Battuta (Festival of Peace and Tolerance – Universal Values)
Yosr Tazi, Chairman of Abdelhadi Tazi Foundation during the Opening Ceremony International Festival of Ibn Battuta (Festival of Peace and Tolerance – Universal Values)
Samuel Benolol, Member of Israelites Community in Tangier during the Opening Ceremony International Festival of Ibn Battuta (Festival of Peace and Tolerance – Universal Values)
Leon Parienti, Treasurer of Horyou Foundation during the Opening Ceremony International Festival of Ibn Battuta (Festival of Peace and Tolerance – Universal Values)
Guest Speakers at the Opening Ceremony of the International Festival of Ibn Battuta (Festival of Peace and Tolerance – Universal Values)
Celebrating the legacy of the Great Ibn Battuta, the Moroccan Foundation of Ibn Battuta led by Aziz Benami, Association President and Mohamed Dekkak, Honorary President has organized the second edition of the International Festival of Ibn Battuta entitled “Travelers, the Ambassadors of Peace.”
The 4-day event, which run from November 9 -11, 2017, was proudly put together by young volunteers from around the world. Students and young professional were encouraged to participate and take part in organizing the festival that speak out in favor of peace and tolerance.
The Cultural Center of Ahmed Boukmakh in Tangier welcomed the festival’s opening day. Presented by Egypt’s famous TV celebrity Tamer Shaltout, the ceremony was attended by society leaders, ambassadors, and business experts coming from a variety of industries. The venue was filled with different cultural groups, horses, camels, motorbikes, welcoming visitors on the way to the entrance.
Andalusian and African music brought dynamics to the program which also featured a short fashion show. Reciting the Holy Quran is Sheikh Mechla Abdul Hamid. Some very important personalities who graced the event where Ana Fonseca General Director of International Organization for Migration, Mustapha Oudadess Secretary General of Tangier-Tetouan-El Hociema Region, Yosr Tazi, Chairman of Abdelhadi Tazi Foundation, Samuel Benolol, Member of Israelites Community in Tangier, Leon Parienti, Treasurer of Horyou Foundation, Ana Fonseca General Director of International Organization for Migration, Awad Mohammad Sheikh Mujrin Chairman of Dubai Travelers and Hassan Baraka, the first Moroccan swimmer to have reached 5 continents through sports competitions.
Delivering the opening remarks, Mohamed Dekkak stated the importance of volunteerism for community development and an effective means towards a bigger understanding on the impact of peace and tolerance in intercultural acceptance. Moreover, objective of the Moroccan Association of Ibn Battuta is to uphold cultural and historical heritage, because it believes that a real cultural exchange builds foreign countries’ understanding of one’s culture.