With the advent of the Blue Economy and the ongoing guidance of the Seychelles Tourism Board, the country looks set to thrive as a vibrant regional and international business hub
Comprising 115 islands and many more reasons to visit, the Republic of Seychelles is merging brains with beauty as it looks to instil heightened levels of economic astuteness into its naturally stunning surroundings.
The archipelago houses less than 100,000 native residents and as such is the smallest of all sovereign African nations. However, across both the outer and inner footprints of the country - and especially within its capital, Victoria - the nation continues to punch above its weight and thrive as much more than a paradise destination.
Inevitably, tourism has and will continue to play a pivotal role in the growth of the country, leveraging its hot and humid environment, and its picturesque aesthetics, to facilitate a tourism infrastructure that now also lends itself to myriad industries and sub-sectors for the business world to explore too.
“Seychelles has evolved greatly in recent years and this has been largely due to a greater volume of business created by enhanced visibility of the brand and also greater connectivity by a growing number of airlines servicing the archipelago,” affirms the Seychelles Tourism Board. “This combination of factors favourable to growth has been further nurtured by years of economic, social and political harmony with which the country has been blessed.”
Ultimately, what has now been created is a masqueraded hub of economic acumen nestled among the palm trees and white sands that grace the numerous small islands.