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Invest in Mauritius

From a mono-crop economy, resting on the cultivation of sugar cane, Mauritius has successfully transformed itself into a robust, diversified, innovative and knowledge-driven economy. The government is fostering a conducive business environment to strengthen the island's position as a leading investment destination.

World Bank Doing Business 2020
in Africa
Ibrahim Index of African Governance
in Africa
12050 $
Per Capita GNI
2.3 M Km²
Exclusive Economic Zone


Renaud Azema
Franchise & General Manager
Vatel Mauritius

Vatel decided to open a school in Mauritius in 2009 for two reasons. First, because of the worldwide recognition of the Mauritian hospitality industry. Secondly, because of the government’s vision to develop Mauritius as a knowledge hub. After 6 years of operation, our strategy, well supported by EDB, has been successful.

James Zhan
UNCTAD’s Investment and Enterprise Division

Mauritius, an island nation, has a strategy to attract outside investment…. they are shifting their priorities and are building the island as a business hub and offering more business services to East African countries

Fred Sisson
Chief Executive Officer
Synnove Energy

Our experience here in Mauritius has been very positive. Mauritius offered us a safe and transparent legal platform for growing our business while also providing access to talented and energetic staff members. Mauritius has shown a strong commitment to helping us as we reach out into the SADC nations.

Yves Bernaert
Senior Executive
Accenture Global Delivery Network

Operating in Mauritius since 2002, Accenture is the largest employer in the ICT-BPO sector with more than 2,200 employees. Our Technology Outsourcing and Business Process Outsourcing Delivery Centres are a destination of choice for French-speaking, English-speaking and other European-based clients.