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investing in Rwanda

Investing in Rwanda is not complicated and it is very fast considering the fact that Rwanda is an investment hub.

Also, it takes less than 6 hours to register a company in Rwanda at Rwanda Development Board (RDB).

Who is a foreign investor in Rwanda?

A foreign investor in Rwanda  is any legal entity investing a minimum startup capital of $250.000USD for overseas citizens and $100,000 for locals and members from the East African Community and COMESA states. This enables the investor to apply for an investment certificate.

Investment opportunities available in Rwanda?

Rwanda has a wide range of investment opportunities to offer to investors.

Key investment sectors in Rwanda include but not limited to the following:

  • Infrastructure,investing in Rwanda
  • Agriculture,
  • Energy,
  • Tourism,
  • Business services,
  • ICT,
  • Real estate and construction,
  • Financial Services, Mining,
  • Education,
  • Health and General Manufacturing.

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How long does it take to register  investment business in Rwanda?

It only takes six (6) hours to register your business in Rwanda.

Furthermore, starting a business in Rwanda requires 2 simple steps;

First step: approval of a company name and submitting application .

Also, second Step: Obtaining a Certificate of incorporation.

Tips about why invest  in Rwanda

  1. Carry out comprehensive due diligence and research  about economic sector to venture in.
  2. Compliance with local/domestic legislations on business registration, Taxation, employment & labour is must.
  3. Make sure employees have contracts and registered in RSSB.
  4. Make sure you comply local regulations on environmental protection.

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