The World Corporate Golf Challenge continues its growth into new countries by today announcing that Plena Consulting are set to take the WCGC License in Morocco.
For the first time in the history of the event, corporates from Morocco will have the chance to network and play golf in the world’s largest corporate golf tournament, with the eventual winners going on to represent their company and Morocco at the 2015 World Final, this year taking place in Cascais, Portugal from 30th June – 5th July.
Plena Consulting provides advisory services and strategic consulting for all those companies that want to work with the Mena Region and African countries, and especially Morocco. From the analysis and detection of opportunities to the operational implementation of the business or project. We offer a comprehensive service in all phases.
Mr Mohammed Najid, Plena Consulting’s Country Manager said, “The team is very excited about introducing the WCGC in Morocco with the collaboration of the Moroccan National Tourist Office (ONMT) and the Royal Moroccan Golf Federation. ONMT is responsible for promoting and marketing Morocco as a destination within Morocco and abroad. We are very sure that we will create an exclusive and different experience through the WCGC concept and its “worldwide network”.
“Morocco will be an amazing and an exotic destination for World Corporate Golf Challenge and we are seriously considering looking at assisting in the organisation of a future World Final in our country. Our team is looking forward to meeting the rest of the Licensees and winners in Cascais, Portugal.”
WCGC’s Business Development Director Oliver Dury, commented, “We continue to reach our goals in signing license holders in every golfing country in the world, and with Plena Consulting and Morocco we have taken another step in the right direction. Plena understand the uniqueness of the WCGC and what it can bring to the golfing market in Morocco, which we are very excited about. We look forward to a long fruitful relationship for many years to come.”