The Ambassador of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland to the Republic of Honduras, Nick Whittingham, visited Roatan, to tour the project site in St John’s Bay and learn more about the opportunities that the Prospera development will provide.
During his courtesy visit, Ambassador Whittingham was received by a delegation of senior executives from Prospera.
Several diplomatic missions have visited Prospera’s offices in Roatán in recent months, as the project is gaining the interest and interest of major international investors, eager to explore the various aspects of this new mixed-use development in detail.
Prospera’s vision is to create a new model of opportunity and employment in Honduras.
An integrated mixed-use commercial and development destination, based on the principles of knowledge, innovation, luxury and quality of life.
The project introduces a conceptual new approach to governance with a pro-business legal and regulatory framework built on best practices of other successful Special Economic Zones around the world, designed to attract foreign direct investment, while ensuring human rights and environmental sustainability.
Honduras Prospera Inc. It is the organizer and supporter of the regions of employment and economic development in Honduras, called “Prospera ZEDE”.
These regions are backed by a new generation government platform, the “Thriving Platform”, which applies the world’s best legal and regulatory environments to do business in all of its projects.
Prosperous platform delivers “Good Governance as a Service” based on the seamless integration of common law, open regulatory framework and professional service providers.
Its framework is designed to attract significant private investment in job-creating industries1 and commercial sectors, while ensuring human rights, including strong environmental protection, as part of its core principles.
The company’s first project promoted by the Prosperous platform is Roatan Prospera, located on the island of Roatan in Honduras.
This initiative represents the first proof of concept for implementing the platform and expects to generate more than 10,000 direct and indirect jobs by 2025, while contributing to the revitalization of the country’s economy.
The company is committed to employing 90% of Honduran employees. Prospera’s minimum wage is between 10% and 25% above the national norm.
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