Motivational Service Excellence Keynote Speaker in Casablanca, Morocco

Ron Kaufman is one of the world’s leading motivational keynote speakers on the topics of achieving service excellence, increasing customer satisfaction, retaining loyal customers, and building sustainable service cultures. Rated one of the “Top 25 Who’s Hot” speakers by Speaker magazine, Ron presents powerful insights and global best practices from working with clients in every industry and on every continent for more than thirty years. His energetic keynote speeches have inspired millions, frequently earning standing ovations from audiences of all ages. In 2018, GlobalGurus rated Ron the #1 customer service guru in the world. Ron travels worldwide to speak at company meetings, industry conferences, and association events throughout the year.

Ron is author of the New York Times and USA Today bestseller, “Uplifting Service! The Proven Path to Delighting Your Customers, Colleagues and Everyone Else You Meet” and 14 other books on service, business and inspiration. He is the founder of Uplifting Service, a global education and consulting company that enables leaders and organizations to build sustainable cultures that win the hearts and minds of customers, colleagues, and partners.


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General Information

General Information about Casablanca for Meeting Planners and Event Professionals

With a population of over 3.35 million, Casablanca is the largest city in Morocco and the Maghreb, a region of Northern Africa consisting of Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Libya and Mauritania. Located in the central-western part of the country close to the Atlantic Ocean, it is Morocco’s main port city (the Port of Casablanca being one of the largest artificial ports on the planet), as well as an important financial, commercial, industrial and economic center. Casablanca is one of the world’s major exporters of phosphate and has strengths in industries such as fishing, building materials, furniture production, textiles, electronics, glass, leather work, alcoholic and soft drinks, and cigarettes too. Architecturally, the city is most known for its Art Deco buildings and other constructions from the French colonial era. Some of the most important landmarks include the Hassan II Mosque, designed by architect Michel Pinseau, the Casablanca Cathedral, a wonderful example of Mauresque architecture, several medinas (walled parts of the city with small, maze-like streets) like the Old Medina, and the Parc de la Ligue Arabe, Casablanca’s largest public park. The city is also famous for its museums, such as the Museum of Moroccan Judaism, the Museum Abderrahman Slaoui, and the Villa des Arts de Casablanca.

Casablanca as a Conference Destination

Casablanca is an important center for international conventions and conferences. Some of the most well-known include: the Arab Innovation Network Annual Conference, an event focused on innovations in engineering, healthcare, environmental science and life sciences; the Advances in Tourism Marketing, a conference about recent developments in the tourism industry; the Global Islamic Marketing Conference, one of Morocco’s most important conferences dedicated to marketing; the Smart City Expo Casablanca, where national and international experts meet to discuss issues pertaining to urban social innovation; and GeoAdvances: International Conference on Geoinformation Science, an important event where technological impacts in the geosciences are presented.

Casablanca Food Options for Conference Delegates

There are many excellent restaurants you can choose from during your conference in Casablanca, including: La Sqala (Phone: +212 5222-60960), Dar Beida (Phone: +212 5224-31277) and Zayna (Phone: +212 5225-42596), three of the best restaurants where you can sample local Moroccan cuisine; Pasapalos Latinos (Phone: +212 5222-25262), a cosy Latin American restaurant offering a great variety of delicious dishes; La Bavaroise (Phone: +212 5223-11760) and La Table du Rétro (Phone: +212 5229-40555), two extraordinary French restaurants; the Blend Gourmet Burger (Phone: +212 5224-91122), one of the best hamburger restaurants in the city; and L’Etoile Centrale (Phone: +212 527-018625), famous for its Middle Eastern dishes.

Casablanca Attractions for Convention Attendees

There are many highly-rated tourist attractions you can enjoy after your conference in Casablanca. Some of the most important ones include: the Hassan II Mosque, a large waterfront mosque designed by the French architect Michel Pinseau and constructed in 1993; the Casablanca Cathedral, also called the Church of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, an ex-Roman Catholic church built in 1930 which stopped its religious activities in 1956; Maârif, a neighborhood in Casablanca famous for its art galleries and shops; Plage Aïn Diab, a renowned, trendy beach with numerous bars, restaurants and nightclubs; and the Arab League Park, the largest park in the city.

Conference Center Venues

Casablanca, Morocco has a large number of great conference centers and facilities, such as:

Agora Conference Center (Location: Quartier Californie ang. av. A)
EHTP’s Conference Center (Location: Route D’El Jadida)
Four Seasons Hotel Casablanca (Location: Boulevard de la Corniche)
Grand Mogador City Center (Location: Avenue Pasteur)
Most Events (Location: Boulevard de la Corniche)
Mövenpick Hotel Casablanca (Location: Ave Hassan II)