About the investSA Gauteng One-Stop-Shop

 

 

 

 

The Gauteng City Region is a dynamic premier investment destination.

Located in the richest square mile in Africa, investSA Gauteng prides itself in offering a multitude of services to domestic and foreign investors.

It focuses on all aspects related to their development needs from the various tiers and agencies of government in a convenient location

 

The purpose of investSA Gauteng is to position Gauteng as the preferred location for investment. The establishment of investSA Gauteng was guided by the call from the investment community to reduce the cost of doing business in Gauteng. Set up in partnership with the Department of Trade and Industry (dti), investSA Gauteng support the Provinces’ economic development initiatives as a one-stop-shop (OSS). It differentiates Gauteng in terms of offering potential investors and exporters efficient services to enable them to invest in Gauteng and play a role in developing the economy. As a One-Stop-Shop, the centre facilitates inward and outward investment promotion missions to fast track economic development. The OSS provides an investment and export facilitation mechanism through relevant organs of state. These services are co-ordinated and streamlined to provide efficiency and transparency to investors and exporters.

investSA is a division of the South African Department of Trade and Industry (the dti), providing a One-Stop-Shop service to investors. It provides investment promotion, facilitation and aftercare, which is geared at fast-tracking projects and reducing government red-tape.

 

 

investSA Gauteng OSS is operated by

 

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The GGDA The Gauteng Growth & Development Agency (GGDA) came into existence on the 01st June 2012, as part of the reconfiguration of Gauteng provincial agencies.

The GGDA’s key purpose is to maximise the effect of developing the economy of Gauteng, through support growth of the cooperatives economy, facilitation of trade and investment and increased strategic economic infrastructure. website the dti Industrial.

 

Vision

“A dynamic industrial, globally competitive South African economy, characterised by inclusive growth and development, decent employment and equity, built on the full potential of all citizens”.

 

Mission

“Promote structural transformation, towards a dynamic industrial and globally competitive economy. Provide a predictable, competitive, equitable and socially responsible environment, conducive to investment, trade and enterprise development. Broaden participation in the economy to strengthen economic development and continually improve the skills and capabilities of the dti to effectively deliver on its mandate and respond to the needs of South Africa’s economic citizens.”

InvestSA

investSA is a division of the South African Department of Trade and Industry (the dti), providing a One-Stop-Shop service to investors. It provides investment promotion, facilitation and aftercare, which is geared at fast-tracking projects and reducing government red-tape.

 

Vision

“A dynamic industrial, globally competitive South African economy, characterised by inclusive growth and development, decent employment and equity, built on the full potential of all citizens”.

 

Mission

Promote structural transformation, towards a dynamic industrial and globally competitive economy. – Provide a predictable, competitive, equitable and socially responsible environment, conducive to investment, trade and enterprise development.

Broaden participation in the economy to strengthen economic development and continually improve the skills and capabilities of the dti to effectively deliver on its mandate and respond to the needs of South Africa’s economic citizens.

Objective

Facilitate the increase in the quality and quantity of foreign and domestic direct investment by providing an investment recruitment, problem-solving and information service to retain and expand investment in South Africa and into Africa. Actively market, promote and facilitate investment in key high-yielding growth sectors of the South African economy.