A Guide To Office Culture In Morocco

Morocco has been attracting investors as well as professionals from all over the world, mainly because of its stable and growing economy. Many expats with expertise in the fields of technology, training, communication and business management have taken up jobs or assignments in this country. When it comes to doing business with people of a … Read more

A Guide To Employment Laws In Morocco

Morocco attracts expat professionals from all over the world thanks to its stable and growing economy. Its proximity to Europe and low inflation rates are added benefits. Some of the main sectors that drive the country’s economy include agriculture, textiles, tourism, construction, energy, and rock mining. Expats with expertise in technology, business management, and communications … Read more

Five Things To Consider As An Expat Moving To Morocco

The Kingdom of Morocco, as it’s officially known, is a North African country with a long and complex history. The country is quite unusual in the region, in that it has remained independent throughout most of history. It also has a unique mix of cultural influences – Arab, African, and European, as well as the … Read more

Monika, Casablanca

Who are you? I am Monika, a Pole that decided to come to Morocco for an internship. And I stayed. Now I have my blog Bewildered in Morocco. Where, when and why did you move abroad? It was a spontaneous decision taken in July 2013. Two months later I was already in Casablanca. I didn’t … Read more

Morocco – Recommended Blogs

At Expat Focus, we like to be on the lookout for resources around the web that could help prospective expats adjust to their new countries. Today, we’re taking a look at Morocco and some of the blogs that might be useful for expats there. Bewildered In Moroccohttp://bewilderedinmorocco.com/ Monika is a Polish expat who now lives … Read more

Top 10 Safety Tips For Expat Women In Morocco

Morocco’s colorful culture, bustling markets, and scenic beauty have made it famous across the globe. Its expat population is relatively small but continues to grow at a steady pace. This is at least partly because the country is a lot more liberal than many of the other neighboring Islamic nations. In general, Moroccans are quite … Read more

Gaston Hakim, Casablanca

Who are you ? My name is Gaston Hakim and I’m the owner of www.Vivre-au-Maroc.com, a blog where I share my story of expat life in Morocco. I share all my experience of the country by giving advice to people who would like to expatriate in Morocco or just travel in Morocco. What is your … Read more

Eleanor Easton, Casablanca

Who are you? I am a teacher in Casablanca, Morocco, and am finding my way through what you might call my freshman year of life. I just graduated from college in the US, and am now living in Morocco for the second time, after having previously spent six months there as an exchange student. When … Read more

Experiencing Morocco Through Expat Eyes

by Craig Priestley, HomeStay International Over a dozen horsemen come bearing down on me at a gallop, rifles raised above their heads. Just as I start to panic, they rein in hard and bring their horses to a skidding halt no more than two metres from me, simultaneously firing a volley of shots into the … Read more

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