Think Business? Think Mauritius
Add to this a modern international airport set up for business travellers and Mauritius’s own national, authentic airline with its outstanding business class and you have a recipe for success.
It was no surprise then to see Mauritius recently flagged as a business gateway for Africa and its emerging market this month. According to Graham Sheward, Managing Director of Cim Global Business, the leading fund administrator in Mauritius, it is an excellent time for businesses to get involved on the island. It comes off the back of the news that businesses who register for a Global Headquarters Administration licence and establish their regional administration, procurement and accounting offices in Mauritius, will benefit from an eight year tax holiday subject to satisfying certain substance and employment conditions.
Sheward said: “Not only will companies registering for these licenses receive an eight year tax holiday, but the new legislation will further enhance Mauritius standing as a regional financial and business centre, especially when it comes to accessing African opportunity.”
For more on Mauritius’ strategic position as a gateway to business in Africa, see the full article here.