Morocco-Canada: Canadian Young Chambers of Commerce group names Moroccan as new CEO

The group of young chambers of commerce (RJCCQ) in Quebec-Canada has named on Thursday Moroccan Monsef Derraji as its new head.

The RJCCQ, known in French as Regroupement des jeunes chambres de commerce du Québec, is a group of young chambers of commerce including young chambers of China, France, Latin-America, North Africa, and Sub-Saharan Africa based in Canada.

The group, founded in 1991, is made up of 7,000 young entrepreneurs, business people, and professional operators aged between 18 and 40.

Derraji’s appointment was hailed by the group members, including the president of the group Alain Brophy who said Derraji will bring a lot to the RJCCQ, thanks to his knowledge and impressive skills, and especially his ambitious vision that is in line with the goals of the RJCCQ.

Nicolas Duvernois, executive vice president of the RJCCQ also praised Derraji saying that “with the appointment of Derraji, the future (…) has never been so exciting for the grouping.”

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