On Thursday, six collaboration agreements were signed between the Casablanca-Settat Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Services (CCIS) and representatives of six establishments from different sectors.
Regarding the education sector, a collaboration agreement was signed with the technical school of Settat. Signed by the president of the CCIS, Hassane Berkani, and Rachid Zaim Zouanat, director of the BTS “Certificate of Senior Technician” center of the Lycée tecnico – Settat, this agreement aims to improve the practical training component of first and second year students who prepare for the title of specialized technician in all sectors, and to carry out common socio-cultural activities related to business management.
The second agreement was signed with the Professional Association for Female Entrepreneurship-Morocco, represented by its president, Rachida El Mernissi. Its objective is to promote female entrepreneurship and favor the access of businesswomen to the economic sphere by liberalizing them and applying the principle of equity.
At the medical level, a collaboration agreement was signed with the Avicenne Specialty Clinic and signed by its director, Abdelilah Mhadi. Its goal is to provide members, subscribers and staff with preferential rates of up to 20% off for radiology. In the same context, an agreement was signed with the Mazagan Association of car rental companies in El Jadida. The latter, represented by its president, El Arbi Asmal, undertakes to offer the beneficiaries services with a reduction rate of 15%.
An agreement has also been signed with the El Jadida Regional Professional Union of Opticians. By virtue of this association, 20% will be deducted from the price of the rate applied for all the services provided by the opticians who are members of the Union.
The President of the Chamber also signed a collaboration agreement with the commercial director of the Hospitality INN hotel, Rachid Boudi, which offers preferential services at reduced rates for accommodation. Speaking on this occasion, Mr. Berkani indicated that these associations aim to provide CCIS employees with diversified services at reduced prices.