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Grenada National Sustainable Development Plan 2030
A path toward greater national consciousness & competitiveness; greater collective responsibility for our nation’s future; smarter & more effective planning for future generations; better use of our national assets & resources; empowerment of our people; development of competitive micro, small, and medium-sized businesses; and a diversified economy built on the collective will of every citizen
Invest Press Edition
This edition highlights major investment for the tourism sector, investment facilitation, strengthening of market strategy through training and investment promotion during COVID-19. More than the resources and the opportunities, Grenada has the supporting infrastructure and will to help foreign direct investments thrive
Investment Incentives Guide
This booklet serves to highlight the major elements of the new incentive regime. More comprehensive details on Grenada’s Investment Incentives Regime can be found at www.grenadaidc.com.
GIDC aims to create at least 90 sustainable businesses
Under the Business Grant financing of the Enterprise Business Development, a component of the Climate Smart Agriculture and Rural Enterprise Programme (SAEP), the Grenada Investment Development Corporation (GIDC) seeks to create at least 90 new sustainable businesses out of a target of 120.
Grenada Investment Development Corporation adopts anti-corruption, anti-fraud and conflict of interest policies
The Grenada Investment Development Corporation (GIDC) has adopted 3 policies that will guide its operations because of legislation which requires all statutory bodies in Grenada to adhere to the provisions of the Integrity in Public Life Act No. 24 of 2013.
The 3 policies which were recently adopted by the Board of Directors during a recent meeting provides guidelines in Anti-Bribery and Corruption: Anti-Fraud and Conflict of Interest.
Ronald Theodore on Destination Grenada and Investment Attraction Strategies
Ronald introduces us to Grenada and shares how the Caribbean nation is approaching place marketing, focused on investment attraction for the country’s economic development. Ronald Theodore is the President of the Grenada Investment Development Corporation and as such charged with the task of promoting Grenada overseas for the purpose of attracting investment and new business.
2020 Investment Climate Statements: Grenada
Grenada’s legal framework for business is strong. The country is a parliamentary democracy, has a functioning court system, relatively low crime rates, and no political violence. A comprehensive investment incentive regime, stable economy, existing trade agreements, and responsive investment promotion experts contribute to Grenada’s healthy and attractive investment climate.
Your dream business destination
Grenada’s solid, super-efficient infrastructure positions Grenada as a prime location to do business through a dynamic economic climate that serves local and foreign enterprises alike. There are minimal entry requirements for overseas investors, no restrictions on foreign ownership and foreign currency transactions, easy movement of capital, profit and dividends and attractive investment incentives.
Call For Private Sector Projects
The Grenada Investment Development Corporation (GIDC) in collaboration with the Caribbean Association of Investment Promotion Agencies (CAIPA), is seeking investment-ready commercially viable private sector projects in need of capital to scale their operations locally and or internationally.
Supporting MSMEs to Go Digital
In partnership with the Government of Grenada, the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and its implementing partner the Grenada Investment Development Corporation (GIDC) is implementing initiatives to support Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) to engage digital solutions.
Manufacturing is Still an Important Sector
The local manufacturing sector still has a role to play in Grenada’s economic thrust. So says Ronald Theodore, CEO of the Grenada Investment Development Corporation (GIDC) in an interview with the Barnacle
Business Procedure Flow Chart
A seven-step guide for doing business in Grenada whether you are a new or existing investor
An Investment Opportunity guide for Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) opportunities in Grenada.
BDC Services Brochure
Unlocking your potential – A Guide to new and existing enterprises to help with Start-up, growth, and expansion into the market
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