Dutch Good Growth Fund (DGGF): government funding for international business

published at 21-03-18, by Ruby Verhoeven

The Dutch Good Growth Fund (DGGF) offers entrepreneurs alternative financing for international projects in countries in Africa, Latin America, Asia and Eastern Europe. If you need financial assistance to do business in an emerging market, or you represent an investment fund that invests in businesses in such countries, the DGGFcan help you!

Business in India?

Are you a SME, and do you want to invest in, or export to India? We know it can be difficult to get financing from your bank. The Dutch Good Growth Fund can help with the provision of financing, guarantees and export credit insurance. Want to find out if you qualify? Take a look at the conditions. You can submit an application/QuickScan via our website. You will also see the 67 other countries that the DGGF is open to.

DGGF in practice: Ethiopia

SMEs that do business in emerging markets and developing countries often make a major contribution to economic and social improvements in these countries, which encourages the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs to provide funding. The video below will give you a better impression of what we do:

SweepSmart and DGGF work together for cleaner streets in India

The mission of social enterprise SweepSmart is to have cleaner streets in India and better labor conditions for those who make their money in the waste sector. The Dutch Good Growth Fund (DGGF) supported Dutch initiators Niels van den Hoek and Silvia de Vaan in starting their business.