SARAJEVO, June 29 (FENA) – A new edition of the Investors Navigator to Bosnia and Herzegovina, prepared by Restart with the support of the USAID “Diaspora Invest” project, was presented in Sarajevo today.
The navigator is written in English and offers a comprehensive overview of the economy, legislation, infrastructure, labor rights and tax policy, as well as specific instructions regarding the registration of companies in different parts of the country.
“With this Navigator we want to give clear and concrete instructions to potential investors on all steps that are important for starting a business in Bosnia and Herzegovina. We regularly strive to update editions of the Navigator to make the data and information relevant. Our experience of supporting entrepreneurs has further enriched the development of the Navigator, given that it is through our practice that we have sought answers to specific questions from investors,” said Emina Zahirović-Pintarić, Managing Director of Restart.
The Navigator offers information on visas, work permits and stay of foreigners in the country, real estate market, digital infrastructure, transport, office rental locations, free zones and industrial parks.
The USAID “Diaspora Invest” project recognized the importance of the Navigator, as a free tool for anyone who wants to do business in Bosnia and Herzegovina, but especially for entrepreneurs from the diaspora. Bosnia and Herzegovina offers a number of opportunities, and this navigator recognizes the good sides of doing business here and is certainly the best recommendation for investment,” said the USAID project “Diaspora Invest”.