Supervised organizations

IMANOR

The Moroccan Standards Institute (IMANOR) is the Moroccan official body in charge of standardisation. It was created by the legislator in 2010 to fulfil the following missions:

  • Production of Moroccan norms;
  • Certification of conformity with quality standards and normative guidelines;
  • Publishing and dissemination of norms, associated products and information pertaining thereto;
  • Training on norms and their implementation techniques;
  • Representing Morocco vis-à-vis International and Regional Standardisation Organisations
MAROC EXPORT

Maroc Export is in charge of the promotion of morocco's exports in terms of industrial production and all services that are not promoted by another public administration or organisation

ISCAE

The Higher Institute of Commerce and Business Administration, the first public higher education institution of management in Morocco, aims to prepare its students to hold senior positions in the private and public sectors. The teaching covers managerial, commercial, financial and accounting skills.

The Institute trains versatile managers, but also specialists in areas such as international trade, chartered accountancy, marketing, and international business management.

ISCAE also stands out by providing a high-end continuing education offer for executives in office.

OMPIC

The Moroccan Office of Industrial and Commercial Property is a self-funded public institution whose main functions are:

  • The maintenance of national registers of industrial property and registration of all acts affecting the ownership of industrial property rights (trademarks, patents, industrial designs);
  • The maintenance of the central register of commerce and alphabetical file for natural and legal persons;
  • The promotion of industrial and commercial property and the provision of legal information relating thereto.
MOROCCO SME

The National Agency for the Promotion of Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (ANPME) or MOROCCO SMEs is at the heart of the system for supporting Moroccan companies and represents the main operational instrument of public authorities for development of SMEs.

Thanks to the wide range of products it has developed and improved since its creation in 2002, ANPME assists entrepreneurs and the different support organizations in their competitive modernization process.

AMDI

The Moroccan Agency of Development and Investment is a public institution with a legal entity and financial autonomy.
AMDI is the national body responsible for development and promotion of investment in Morocco.