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Orange installs its MEA headquarters in Casablanca

The telecoms operator inaugurated Wednesday, January 8 in Casablanca, its operational headquarters for the Middle East-Africa region (MEA).

This headquarters, located in the Casablanca Finance City (CFC) tower in the heart of Casablanca, meets the latest standards with the international certification “LEED Gold” from the World Green Building Council. It houses videoconferencing and telepresence rooms “to stay connected with other countries in the area”, as well as a “Social Hub” “to supervise and monitor in real time the digital activity of Orange and the sector in the zone”. Orange Middle East Africa headed by Alioune Ndiaye. Note that Orange MEA registers an average annual growth of 6%, making the region the first growth area for the Group.

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