Finding a business partner in South Sudan

If you have specific plans to do business abroad, a business partner scan can help you find reliable foreign partners quickly.

Introduction to foreign business partners

Staff from the mission network (website in Dutch) and the Netherlands Enterprise Agency ( can introduce your business to possible foreign partners.

Business partners could mean agents, distributors or production partners. International organisations can also be business partners.

Business partner scan

Embassy staff and can conduct business partner scans for you in more than 60 countries (website in Dutch). You can apply for a business scan for more than one country. The service is available to any business or organisation registered with the Chamber of Commerce (KvK).

Applying for an advisory consultation

Interested in a business partner scan? Make an appointment for an advisory telephone consultation with (website in Dutch) or contact the Dutch mission in the country in question.

Finding business partners in this country or region

The security situation, particularly outside the capital city Juba, is highly unpredictable. The country is also in the grip of an economic crisis. Inflation is high and the value of the South Sudanese pound is steadily falling. A lucrative foreign exchange black market is making the economy even more unstable. So you need to expect financial volatility. All these circumstances make it difficult to do business in South Sudan. A travel warning also applies to the country. If you are nevertheless planning on doing business in South Sudan, please contact the Dutch embassy there at