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We offer a comprehensive service aimed at implementing the various South African government incentive schemes

Competitiveness fund (CF)

Administration of the CF, which is a cost sharing grant scheme which provides financial support for improving the competitiveness of private sector firms.  The fund reimburses 50% of eligible costs up to a maximum of R600 000 per approved application more...

Export marketing and Investment Assistance Scheme (EMIA)

Administration of the export marketing  and investment assistance scheme, which includes: primary market research, international exhibitions, and the trade and investment missions more...

Foreign investment grant (FIG)
          This fund has been established by the DTI to promote foreign investment more...
International tourism marketing (ITMAS)

Administration of the international tourism marketing assistance scheme, which includes:  exhibition assistance; and the production and distribution of marketing material more...

Industrial development incentives

Administration of the small medium enterprise development programme (SMEDP), which aims to encourage new investments and expansion of existing businesses and includes manufacturing and, tourism  more...

Sector partnership fund (SPF)

Administration of the SPF, which supports sustainable economic growth and job creation by providing financial assistance to partnerships of firms in the manufacturing and agro-processing industries, which will influence their productivity and international competitiveness.  The SPF provides support through the provision of a 65:35 matching grant with a maximum of R1 million per project more...

Many other grant programmes offered by the South African government

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