The Daily Herald writes that information about investing in the Dutch Caribbean has become more easily accessible with the website www.investdutchkingdom. com launched during the Kingdom Conference in Curaçao on June 16.
It concerns a collaborative effort between the four countries of the Dutch Kingdom with the aim of providing useful information about investment opportunities within the kingdom. The website offers key insights into the respective economies, making it easier for companies to identify avenues for establishing a new business, branching out to the Dutch Kingdom or actively trading within or via the countries.
Through this vehicle potential investors will be introduced to the entire Dutch Kingdom; the Netherlands, Aruba, Curaçao, St. Maarten and the Caribbean Netherlands (Bonaire, St. Eustatius and Saba).
Investors will learn about the unique islands, their key economic sectors, the business opportunities that exist as well as useful information about doing business in the Dutch Caribbean. Moreover, it also provides links to additional sites which will guide people to more detailed information needed.
The site is a product of the Kingdom Conference, which provides a forum for the kingdom partners to set new goals, to identify means to further develop the four countries and to outline ways to increase cooperation between them.