Official opening of Casablanca Technopark in the presence of the Prime Minister, and creation of MITC (Moroccan Information Technopark Company) as the company managing Technopark.
Hosting of 56 companies.
Change in the Board.
Creation of a business“incubator” with support from Infodev (World Bank).
A new business plan for Technopark is put in place.
Departure of Abderrafie Hanouf and arrival of Omar Balafrej.
A new strategy is drawn up for Technopark.
Casablanca city is given a seat on the Board of Directors.
Establishment of the first survey into satisfaction.
EAC-L’Boulvart sets up in the basement of Casablanca Technopark, and Boultek is also set up. (EAC stands for Education Artistique et Culturelle). L’Boulvart and Boultek are plays on words: approximately, Street Art; Street Tech.)
Creation of ASTEC, the Association of Technopark Companies.
Creation of MITC as a shareholder alongside Attijariwafa Bank, Banque Centrale Populaire, the Caisse de Depot et de Gestion, and BMCE Bank.
Redevelopment of Boultek’s premises; Boultek becomes the premier centre for contemporary music in Morocco.
Technopark’s ecosystem enhanced:
With a subsidiary of MITC, CMI (Moroccan Centre for Innovation) to manage the innovation support fund.
Through APEBI moving into Technopark, along with REM and MNC.
Opening of Rabat Technopark.
AFEM moves in to Technopark.
Technopark gets ISO 9001 certification.
Election of the new ASTEC bureau.
Inauguration of a Pilot Photovoltaic Power Generation Station at Casablanca Technopark.
Signing of the agreement to create the Tangiers Technopark.