The High Commission provides information and services for individuals and organisations that are interested in investing within the Kingdom. There are several organisations within eSwatini that help individuals and organisations who are interested in investing in eSwatini. These are some of the main organisations that provide services for those who intend to conduct business in eSwatini.

Ministry of Commerce, Industry and Trade
P.O. Box 451
Tel: +268 404 3201/6
Fax +268 404 3055/+268 404 4711

Federation of Swaziland Employers and Chamber of Commerce
eMafini Business Centre, Malagwane Hill
P.O. Box 72
Tel: (+268) 404 0768/ 404 1374/ 404 4333/ 404 7631/ 404 5442/ 404 4408 /
Fax: (+268) 409 0051

Swaziland Investment Promotion Authority (SIPA)
SIPA promote and facilitate foreign direct and local investment in Swaziland, with the objective of creating the wealth necessary to enhance the Social and Economic Development of the Kingdom and its people.
The Swaziland Investment Promotion Authority (SIPA) was created through an Act of Parliament, the Swaziland Investment Promotion Act 1998 and was formally launched in April of the same year. SIPA is a Category A Public Enterprise and is wholly funded by the Government of Swaziland, with initial assistance from the European Union…

Swaziland Industrial Development Company (SIDC)
Swaziland Industrial Development Company Limited (SIDC) was formed as a joint venture between the Government of the Kingdom of eSwatini and major International finance institutions. It is a private development company committed to supporting its customers with quality services in the financing of projects through the provision of equity, loans and factory buildings for lease…

The Small Enterprises Development Company Limited (SEDCO)
SEDCO is a category “A” public enterprise under the Ministry of Enterprise and Employment established in 1970 to awaken, promote and support entrepreneurial talent with a vision and prime focus to create jobs and sustainable employment within the Small, Micro and Medium Sized Enterprises (SMME’s) and thus make meaningful contribution in the larger socio-economic development of the country…