create, find, develop
The Rwanda Gateway lets users in Rwanda and worldwide create, find and develop opportunities. Opportunities can be manifold: they may be an early venture, an existing business or technology to be distributed, a major infrastructure investment in a region, a general trend – or just an idea. On the Rwanda Gateway institutions, investors, companies, start-ups, NGOs, and individuals can connect around opportunities, explore synergies and begin to develop them. We believe that economic activities are today more interconnected than ever and offer an integrated approach where big and small stakeholders can interact.
The Rwanda Development Board was set up by bringing together all the government agencies responsible for the entire investor experience under one roof. This includes key agencies responsible for business registration, investment promotion, environmental clearances, privatization and specialist agencies.
Two companies; Symbion Energy and Highland Group Holdings Ltd. (HGHL) on Thursday signed an agreement that will see the latter co-invest $100 million towards the...read more »
'IREMBO’ (e-Government Platform) has not only improved service delivery through good governance but has also become a source of employment to Rwandans.IREMBO was created by...read more »
When Volkswagen announced that part of their $20 million investment in Rwanda included rolling out a mobility solution, most would have imagined that they would...read more »
Before 2009, the once mighty Rwandex was exporting between 5,000 to 7,000 tonnes of ordinary coffee fetching between $9 million and $10 million annually. But...read more »
As Rwanda evolves into the technology hub for the region and continent, the component of a smart city is very crucial and from it, builds...read more »
While there are about 200,000 Singaporeans living and working abroad, few would have considered making their mark in Rwanda. We speak to Lam Shumei, who...read more »
The Akilah Institute for Women (Akilah), situated in Kibagabaga-Kigali, started in 2010 as a non-profit organisation offering a market relevant diploma course in Hospitality Management....read more »
The projected 7.2 per cent economic growth for 2018 will be felt by Rwandans in aspects such as increased job creation capacity by private sector,...read more »
During Rwanda’s colonial period, Belgian farmers introduced essential crops like geranium, eucalyptus and vetiver. Vestiges of distillation units exist until now especially in the North...read more »
Up to 30 million youth from across Africa are set to benefit from a new Mastercard Foundation initiative, Young Africa Works Strategy.The ambitious strategy is...read more »