Corporate Immigration Case Study – Energy Industry – South Africa

This Corporate Immigration Case Study is on a company that specialises in wind turbine installation and maintenance, photovoltaic plants, as well as electrical installation in buildings and industrial plants. They have their main headquarters in Spain and offer industrial electrical services for energy related sectors in all parts of the world.

Investors encouraged to consider Kenya

In an effort to attract foreign investors, the Kenyan government has launched an 'easy path to citizenship' program that will enable investors to become citizens.This comes in conjunction with another bid to attract more foreign direct investment; Kenya will also waive the visa requirements for investors from Tanzania.  

Industries that offer investment opportunities for start up businesses in Kenya.

Kenya has a wide range of sectors with ready-to-be accessed investment opportunities, including but not limited to, Agriculture and Agribusiness, manufacturing, tourism, infrastructure development, energy, information Communications Technology and Financial Services. If you want to invest and start up your own

2021-04-30T12:48:30+02:00Apr 30th, 2021|Categories: Immigration|Tags: , , |

From the desk of the CEO

In the past weeks, I received plenty of messages from clients, thanking me for my candour in our monthly newsletters. I appreciate these kind words as they motivate me to continue in the same vein. Every month I sit in front of a blank screen and try to find the right balance between speaking about politics in South Africa and IBN matters. Many of the people who receive the newsletter, may not have the same interests but a considerable number of them share my personal views. South Africa has moved down to level 2. Our economy is open and nearly

2020-08-26T07:00:06+02:00Aug 26th, 2020|Categories: Immigration, SA Economy News|Tags: , , , |
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