About the Gauteng Growth and Development Agency
The Gauteng Growth & Development Agency (GGDA) came into existence on the 01st June 2012, as part of the reconfiguration of Gauteng provincial agencies. The Gauteng Economic Development Agency (GEDA) and Blue IQ Investment Holdings have merged to form the Gauteng Growth & Development Agency. The GGDA’s key purpose is to maximise the effect of developing the economy of Gauteng, through support growth of the cooperatives economy, facilitation of trade and investment and increased strategic economic infrastructure.
EMPOWERING BUSINESS ENABLEMENT
The GGDA works with national government and related departments, to create a supportive business environment that helps multi-nationals, large local companies and SMMEs thrive.
GGDA’s subsidiary companies include the Automotive Industry Development Centre (AIDC), The Innovation Hub (TIH), Gauteng Industrial Development Zone (IDZ) and the Constitution Hill Development Company (ConHill).
- Innovation Hub
- Gauteng IDZ
- Constitution Hill
- InvestSA Gauteng
- Innovation Hub
The core focus areas of the GGDA are:
Trade and Investment Promotion
To be the implementation arm of the Gauteng Department of Economic Development and to assist the department to lead, facilitate and manage sustainable job creation and inclusive economic growth and development in the Gauteng City Region.
To be the premier catalyst of innovative and sustainable growth and socio-economic development within the southern African region.
To create an enabling environment for growth targeted investment facilitation, strategic infrastructure development and social transformation, thus positioning Gauteng as a leading Global City Region.