Grand Bahama’s strategic location has it ideally positioned at the center of major international trade lanes leading to Africa, Australia, Europe, South, Central and North America. On the island of Grand Bahama lies the city of Freeport, a modern 230-square mile, tax-friendly, free trade zone with world class infrastructure.
Freeport is administered and regulated by a private organization known as The Grand Bahama Port Authority. In conjunction with The Government of The Bahamas, The Grand Bahama Port Authority has engaged in the best possible give-and-take relationship with private enterprises, resulting in the creation of a thriving city with more than 52,000 people.
When you look beyond the stunning beaches and natural beauty of The Bahamas, you will find out that Freeport is an extraordinary center for business and private investment. With the city of Freeport being a free trade zone, there is a wide array of tax incentives. Companies are exempted from income tax, capital gains tax, property estate tax and import and export duties.
Figures reflect the excellent quality of life enjoyed in The Bahamas as indicated by its Gross Domestic Product (GDP) per capita which ranks among the top in the world.
Figures reflect lower cost of living than regional and key global competitors
Figures reflect Grand Bahama pool of skilled workers across a wide array of skill sets available to help you meet your objectives.
Figures reflect advanced telecom, utilities and support services. With the second highest broadband Internet home penetration rate in the region, the local workforce offers a high level of technological literacy
Figures reflect mass population
Figures reflect advanced telecom, utilities and support services