Rwanda:Ninth for creating business,third creativity in cyber-organization-GII-2012

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RDB Ag CEO, Claire Akamanzi

The Global Innovation Index 2012 (GII), square Rwanda to the outpost world on several parameters, Including, ease of starting a business. It must indeed no time to complete all the formalities because of the quality and integration services and administrations. Many countries could learn from the Rwandan model in this area.

Global Innovation Index is an initiative of World Bank releasing world index in business performance around the globe

another performance of Rwanda welcomed by the index is creativity in cyber organization. Those who are lucky enough to know the new Rwanda, know that these assessments are deserved and owed nothing to chance.

Rwanda Development Board (RDB), has introduced four fundamental reforms to allow: (a) conducive investment climate, (b) make it easier to start a business, (c)deal with construction permits, (d)registering property trade across borders

The Rwandan president is indeed passionate about research and innovation. He participates in think tank world of digital development and is interested in research the most advanced. Paul Kagame is among the few heads of state can develop a long term vision around innovation.

18 years after genocide, the country of a thousand hills is crisscrossed by thousands of kilometers of optical fiber. Within a few years, Rwanda has thus equipped with the best technologies and has implemented a model of resilient broadband telecommunications serving all administrative and government centers.

The e-government, e-health and digital education have long been a priority for the Rwandan government for economic development that also requires access to many information technologies.

Education and training high-level enable Rwanda, with the support of the best centers in the world, to become very short-term, high-tech hub, a regional technology platform.

The information technology and telecommunications are the areas most visible but also put the country on his own talents in other tech sectors such as biotechnology and green energy future.

The impressive growth of Kigali, during the past decade attracted many foreign investors, attracted not only by economic growth but also by the country’s level of organization and quality of infrastructure.

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