Nevis Investment Promotion Agency

Nevis Investment Promotion Agency

ICT is a key technology and an interdisciplinary technology. It helps businesses to reduce costs, improve systems, boost innovation, and increase output. Not just confined to bettering the software and IT sector, ICT enhances existing technology across the wider economy thus termed as a growth driver.

The Nevis Island Administration (NIA) is aware of the significance that ICT plays as an enabler in today's business world and seeks to develop the ICT sector as a means of satisfying local and international demand for ICT services.

Education plays an important role in the development of the type of human capital required to support the ICT industry. To this end the NIA partnered with the Government of St. Kitts and Nevis to implement numerous educational programs at primary and secondary level institutions.

Please contact us for more detailed information on the NIA, government programs and regulatory framework.

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