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In addition to obvious benefits of the project, such as the environment, nature, opportunities for self-realization, it would be reasonable to mention exceptionally practical points such as:

  • Incredibly attractive business opportunities especially - in the IT sphere, (both for individuals and for entire companies). The country is located in close proximity from the world's largest financial and information center - North America, closely to one of the most promising markets - South America, and the Caribbean region - one of world-recognized IT company registration centers
  • Acquiring a new citizenship with many advantages in the field of taxation and travel. Today, the citizens of Dominica are entitled to visa-free entry in 95 countries, including UK, Hong Kong, Schengen, Ireland. Within the next year the list of visa-free countries is expected to be expanded - United States and Canada will be included in it.

Ideas and innovations are extremely fast developing, making cooperation more important than competition. And even at the up-to-date level of communication development, personal communication and exchange of ideas are the basis of mutually beneficial cooperation and new projects. It is what became the basis of Silicon Valley.This, as well as - the location, climate, tax features, mental openness and liberality, in opinion of the founders of the Valley. So, to create a comfortable environment for everyday communication, sharing ideas and creating new projects is our primary task. When boring everyday trifles and daily routine do not distract from the creative process and the pleasure brought by results. We will be happy to see you as a part of its unique project.

What do you get

benefits

Unspoilt beauty. Culture preserved. Diver’s dream and hiker’s paradise. Trailhead to adventure and discovery, unlike any other Caribbean destination. Volcanic peaks, boiling waters and underwater champagne springs. Sparkling waterfalls, rushing streams and rainforest canopies. Celebrations of music, art and flowers. Totally nature’s island. It is Dominica.

On Island no heavy industry or polluted agriculture activity. Mainly – small farms or food producers. Swimming in rivers is pretty safe. There are no creatures in the rivers that will cause you serious harm, but, as always, there are pests such as leeches. There are no poisonous snakes or insects in Dominica. The Island is extremely safe.

Dominica, by crime, is one of the safest places to travel in the region. Cars with open windows on parking and not closet doors at homes – common and usual situation. The Princess Margaret Hospital (with a hyperbaric chamber for decompression sickness) in Roseau, Marigot Hospital and the Portsmouth Hospital are the three main medical facilities.

There are 2 mobile and several cable providers on Island. It is connected to two international submarine fibre networks with strong competition between telecommunications providers on the island. Both mobile (FLOW and Digicell) provide 4G communication. There are two airports on the island. Douglas-Charles airport currently has regular service by BVI Airways, Winair, Seaborne Airlines, LIAT as well as Conviasa and Amerijet. 300-seat and 400-seat catamarans operated by “L'Express des Îles” ferries passengers between Dominica, Guadeloupe, Martinique and St. Lucia.

Being in the heart of the Caribbean, a few hours' flight to the US and Canada, halfway between Europe and North America to a large developing market of America South, you are free to choose any future. Direct access to the markets of North America, with its advanced technology and investors, development of new markets in Central and South America, the development of local communities and projects, startups and trends. The future not limited by territory and past achievements, farfetched barriers and external limitation. Only you, your ideas, aspirations and freedom in it realization.

The Commonwealth of Dominica is becoming in recent years a major international financial center. The largest sectors are "offshore banking, payment processing companies, and general corporate activities". There are a number of service providers. These include global financial institutions including Scotiabank, Royal Bank of Canada, Cathedral Investment Bank, First Caribbean International Bank.

Dominica supposedly offers tax-free status to companies locating from abroad. It is not known how many companies benefit from the tax-free status because of the strict confidentiality the government enforces, although it is known many Internet businesses utilize Dominica for this reason.

  • Tax holiday on profits for up to 20 years
  • Free profits repatriation
  • Exemption from withholding taxes on dividends and interest payments
  • Waiver on import duties on building materials, furniture and fittings for tourism investments
  • Citizenship offered for approved investors
  • Known as “The Nature Island,” Dominica’s tropical rainforests cover two thirds of the island, and are home to 1,200 plant species. Rivers, lakes, streams, and waterfalls abound, fed by the island’s high annual rainfall. Its volcanic physique points to extensive geothermal activity – even underwater. The Morne Trois Pitons National Park was the first UNESCO World Heritage Site in the eastern Caribbean.

    The island has its own state college, formerly named Clifton Dupigny Community College. Some Dominicans attend universities in Cuba on scholarships offered by its government. Ross University, a medical school, is located at Portsmouth. Ross has been operating in Dominica since the 1980s. Archbold Tropical Research and Education Center (ATREC), a biological field station owned by Clemson University, is located at Springfield Estate between Canefield and Pond Cassé.