Rwanda Development Board (BRD) has commended the recent innovation in the private sector and encouraged investors to introduce more innovative products to remain competitive.
The remarks were made by Claire Akamanzi, the Chief Operations Officer (COO) of RDB during the launch of BCR’s “paradise banking”.
“RDB is pleased to see that many companies are coming up with innovative ideas and products which will better serve their clients,” Akamanzi said, emphasizing that business entities need to embrace the national campaign on customer care.
Last year Rwanda made an impressive improvement in the World Bank doing business reform and this year the country seeks to deepen reforms by addressing broader business climate issues.
Akamanzi said that the ‘Doing Business’ desk will concentrate on improving service delivery by modernizing business registration and introducing client charters that are enforceable.
The body also intends to streamline property transactions, cross border trade facilitation especially under the Customs Union as well as reducing the cost of doing business.