Aruba is world-renowned as the perfect location for a high-class vacation experience. And, Aruba is also the perfect place to set up a business operating on an international scale.
All the characteristics that have made Aruba a tourist destination are in fact components
that make it a successful international business destination: location, safety and security, multilingual and highly educated workforce.
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Aruba at glance
Ideal business location
Aruba is a well-developed island with a high standard of living, and has a lot to offer both vacationers and business investors. In fact, many of the foreign residents on the island first came to Aruba as a tourist and then decided to set up a business.
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Aruba is located in the southern Caribbean, just off the northern coast of South America, at the center of many world trade routes. It is 19.6 miles (30 km) long and 6 miles (9 km) across, at its widest point, with an area of approximately 70 square miles (184 square km).
Aruba, the Kingdom of the Netherlands and the European
As a part of the Dutch Kingdom, Aruba offers a multitude of benefits to establish your business.
Aruba positions itself as a gateway for business between Europe and the Americas in cooperation with the Netherlands. Both countries signed a protocol in 2011 to promote the gateway concept. Aruba is the Kingdom’s neighbour to Latin America.
With the opening of the Europe House in 2011 in Aruba, the partnership between Aruba and the European Union is expanding. As an example of the partnership, Aruba and Europe are working on implementing a strategic European pre-clearance system at the airport.
Aruba’s aim is to become independent from fossil fuels by 2020. The government of Aruba is working together with the renowned Dutch research institute TNO, which opened a Caribbean branch on the island in 2011, and with Richard Branson’s Carbon War Room.
The opening of the first solar park and second windmill park will further increase the use of renewable energy.
The 2020 vision not only enables Aruba to become more sustainable, but it also contributes to the creation of a knowledge economy and high-tech employment. Aruba furthermore will serve as a showcase for sustainability for other countries.