The DHI scheme supports Dutch enterprises wishing to invest in or execute a project in emerging markets and in developing countries.
With this scheme, the ministry of Foreign Affairs is striving to increase and strengthen the number of Dutch companies operating successfully in emerging markets and developing countries. By doing so, the ministry is making a positive contribution towards sustainable local improvements in developing countries.
The DHI scheme consists of 3 modules:
- Demonstration projects: presentation of a technology, capital goods or service in one of the DHI countries.
- Feasibility studies: assessment of the profitability of a foreign investment in a product or service.
- Investment preparation studies: assessment of the technical and commercial profitability of an investment in a company in one of the DHI countries.
DHI focuses on Dutch SMEs with international ambitions and interest in emerging markets and developing countries. The SME test tells you whether you are an SME entrepreneur or not.
All countries, with the exeption of The Netherlands and sanction countries.
For more information go to the Subsidy scheme for demonstration projects, achievability studies and investment preparation studies DHI (information in Dutch). Or call:
- 088 042 42 42
- +31 70 379 80 00 (from abroad)