Applications close on September 30
Each year, the State covers up to a maximum of 80% of the expenses linked to operations falling within the export development business plan of eligible companies.
The Commerce Department is launching, in partnership with the Ministry of Economy and Finance, the Moroccan Investment and Export Development Agency (AMDIE) and the Moroccan Association of Exporters (Asmex), a support program for the international specific to companies with export potential. This program, entitled “Relance Export” is intended to be tailor-made, individualized and differentiated support according to the profile of the company and articulated around its ambitions and real and specific needs in terms of international development.
Companies operating in the industrial and service sectors will have until September 30 to submit their applications. According to its initiators, Relance Export aims to strengthen the company to strengthen its international competitiveness and offer it the appropriate means to face competitors on foreign markets. It targets companies whose annual export turnover exceeds 10 million DH over the last two years. As part of this edition, the ministry intends to support 40 companies that have an international development business plan demonstrating in particular a confirmed potential for export or niches and opportunities not yet used with a program broadcast from operations over the period 2023-2024.
For each year, the State bears up to a maximum of 80% of the expenses related to operations falling within the export development business plan of eligible companies. Are excluded from the financing of the current production and operating expenses of the companies. This financial support is only granted subject to the achievement, by the beneficiary company, of quantitative and qualitative export performance.