Local and foreign businesses can now enjoy streamlined processes of setting up their businesses in Fiji through the new bizFiji portal, launched by the Fijian Government.
Officiating at the event, Attorney-General Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum said the new portal creates the right environment for existing businesses and attract new businesses.
“The portal will also ensure that Government provides the opportunity for new entrepreneurs to not just focus on job creations but also for those that can become job creators themselves and this will suit the youths of this country.”
bizFIJI enables users to be better informed on the services and processes for applying for either “Starting a Business” or Obtaining Construction Permits”, at a centralised platform, which is accessible from both mobile devices and desktop computers.
To download application forms, necessary submission requirements and the relevant agencies involved together with the contact information for the respective agencies please visit www.bizfiji.com
If you're running a business or looking to start a business of your own — we've got great news. Today, we officially launched #bizFIJI: Fiji's online portal for anyone looking to register a business or obtain a construction permit. Starting a business isn't easy. In Fiji, it's meant running around from agency to agency to get the right information. Those days are over. Through the #bizFIJI information portal, users can access and download application forms to start a business or obtain a construction permit. They can view flowcharts and timelines that relevant agencies are required to meet and they can see clearly which processes can take place simultaneously. This launch isn't only about helping existing businesses, it's about making things easier for new businesses and Fijian entrepreneurs, especially our young people; helping them transform themselves into job-makers rather than job-takers. With the launch of this portal, Fiji is well and truly open for business! Expore the new portal here: https://www.business-fiji.com/
Posted by Attorney-General Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum on Wednesday, 10 July 2019