Business in Puerto Rico
Puerto Rico’s strategic geographic location and economic incentives deliver unique advantages that few other locations can provide. The strength of Puerto Rico as an investment opportunity lies in its political stability, its modern infrastructure, and a highly skilled bilingual workforce, among other things. We are the main air and sea access hub in the Caribbean, with multiple weekly flight options to and from the United States and major cities in Latin America and Europe along with ports that accommodate all types of vessels and cruise ships.
With world-class hospitality facilities having just opened their doors, increased flight options connecting domestic, international, and intra-regional markets, and improved infrastructure projects underway, we are your destination of choice.
Puerto Rico has some of the most breathtaking scenery and a variety of entertainment and leisure options unique to the Caribbean. It is indeed the perfect place to mix business with pleasure and enjoy life to its fullest.
Whether you are a startup entrepreneur wanting to establish your first tourism-focused business, an established business owner looking for growth opportunities, or a large multinational corporation, the time to invest in Puerto Rico is now.
Puerto Rico combines the protection of operating under the jurisdiction of the U.S. legal system with the benefits of a foreign tax structure.
4% Corporate Tax Rate
Strategic manufacturing and services industries, as well as companies that export services, enjoy a preferential tax rate.
The island features many beach clubs and country clubs to enjoy your time, including 20+ world-class golf courses designed by legendary course architects such as Robert Trent Jones, Greg Norman, and Tom Kite.
Average year-round temperature of 85ᵒF
Quality of Life and Visitor Experience
Puerto Rico’s quality of life and visitor’s experience in San Juan position the capital city as in third place on the “Top 35 Cities” Travel & Leisure list alongside Miami, New York, Los Angeles, San Diego, and Honolulu.
Mature and Diversified Economy
- The U.S. dollar is the official currency.
- No passport is required for U.S. citizens
- Puerto Rico’s official languages are English and Spanish.
We have sophisticated logistic capabilities, international package delivery and freight carrier companies through UPS, FedEx, Crowley and Horizon.
World Class Infrastructure
The Puerto Rico Convention Center is the most technologically-advanced convention center in the Caribbean and Latin America.
Puerto Rico has the busiest airport in the Caribbean and modern seaports, as well as trans-shipment seaports with post-Panama vessel capacity – including the 8th busiest port in the United States.
Broadband service is available throughout the Island thanks to maritime optic fiber and a robust satellite system.