Antigua and Barbuda continues to display its resiliency and adaptability through AntiguaBarbuda.com, the country’s first and official business hub for potential international investors who are looking to learn more about the investment and business opportunities in the country.
AntiguaBarbuda.com is the hub poised to be the nation’s official business hub for future visitors, tourists, citizens, as well as stakeholders looking to contribute to the country’s economy.
It is the first of its kind in the region and lauds how the Antigua and Barbuda government has been proactively meeting the requirements of today’s business and tourism industry.
The hub is informative, easy to use and navigate through, and provides a great overview about the country’s flagship residency and citizenship programs such: Nomad Digital Residency (NDR) Program as well as the Citizenship by Investment Program (CIP).
Turning policy into action
“The people of my country are moving on with resilience, bravely and resolutely”, this was the strong statement of Prime Minister Gaston Browne during the United Nations at the 75th Session of the United Nations General Assembly on the 25th of September 2020.
At that time, Antigua and Barbuda was beginning to rise after having been economically ravaged by the effects of the global pandemic, especially its tourism industry.
AntiguaBarbuda.com – the country’s official business hub. The first of its kind in the Carribean region
The country made it a point not to be deterred by the difficult situation. Instead, they tackled the problem with a sound response.
They managed to quell the spread of COVID-19 in the dual island state and is one of the least affected countries in the world in terms of fatalities to date. They were able to re-open their borders on 01 June while still maintaining good nationwide health status.
This was also made possible via strong advocacies using online platforms that aimed to inform incoming tourists about what to expect when traveling to the paradise-like islands of Antigua and Barbuda.
Now, Antigua and Barbuda takes resilience a step further with AntiguaBarbuda.com, the first of its kind in the Caribbean region.
Navigating through the business hub
Ambassador Dr. Dario Item, the country’s head of mission to Spain, Liechtenstein and Monaco enthuses about the development, saying: “The hub is home to a wide array of information that many potential investors and visitors of Antigua and Barbuda may find helpful in their decision-making process. From information about restaurants and accommodation options that may be helpful for holiday makers, as well as the benefits of investing in the country are now available through the platform.”
Visitors are also given a virtual prelude of what to see in the magnificent beaches of the country with captivating photos of resorts and other accommodation choices in the country. It also features a complete list of the other services which investors can avail of, including legal advice and list of real estate investment opportunities.
The tourism information page shows an in-depth package of what the hotels, restaurants, nightlife have to offer. These are enhanced with video clips and photos that would make you want to experience life in Antigua and Barbuda.
Through the platform, individual websites for each featured establishment can be accessed. Visitors will be able to see details such as contact numbers and even their proximity to other landmarks.
It also gives a guide on establishing a business in the premier destination in the Caribbean region.
The Nomad Digital Residency gaining more applicants
With the increased interest from investors and travelers looking to avail of the benefits of the “long-stay” visa in Antigua and Barbuda, would-be applicants may find more information, along with frequently asked questions, about the Nomad Residency Program through AntiguaBarbuda.com.
The NDR offers an initial 2-year special residency status that would allow you to work from the pristine beaches of Antigua and Barbuda and away from the hazards of restrictions and lockdowns. Successful applicants simply need to pay $1,500.00 for a single applicant, $2,000 for a couple, and $3,000 for a family of 3 and above.
Horizon looking brighter for Antigua and Barbuda
The recent uptick in the number of applicants for the NDR is a great indication of things to come for Antigua and Barbuda. This will ripple into more economic activity for the island state. The availability of AntiguaBarbuda.com business hub also boasts well of a future that will witness a bounce back from the leader in tourism of the Caribbean region.