The Mauritius Economic Development Board (EDB) in China is the Mauritian national government agency promoting trade and investment with China. The Mauritius Economic Development Board (EDB) connects Mauritian exporters with international demand through its 8 offices in 8 countries around the world. Similarly, we invite Chinese businesses to grow with Mauritius and use Mauritius as the African Financial Centre. Think Africa, Invest Mauritius!
Mr. Norman Noland
Dale Capital Group Limited
As this year marks our 20th anniversary of doing business in Mauritius, it is immensely gratifying to achieve this milestone & success with the people of Mauritius. The commitment of the Mauritian Government coupled with the professionalism of the EDB in ensuring an investor-friendly business climate is highly commendable. Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, I am confident that Mauritius will overcome this daunting challenge and steer its economy in the right direction”
Mr Renaud Azema
Franchise & General Manager
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.
Mr Yves Bernaert
Chief Executive Officer
Accenture Technology, Europe at Accenture
Operating in Mauritius since 2002, Accenture is the leading employer in the ICT-BPO sector with more than 3500 employees. Our Advanced Technology Centre and Intelligent Operations Centres are a destination of choice for French speaking, English speaking and other European-based clients that lead through change.
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