There are two important issues that Built Environment Professionals have to consider when seeking to export services:

The costs involved in finding clients & supporting the costs of accessing markets.

BEPEC, in partnership with the DTI, helps reduce the costs of penetrating international markets with:

Through financial incentives provided by the DTI to pay for certain costs involved in finding clients or developing export markets across South Africa’s borders. This is conditional upon certain requirements.Learn More
Our experience & relationship with built environment professional bodies, & with key local and international organisational bodies, gives us the cutting edge in facilitating the process. We can ease the process for our members, and help them broaden their customer base.Learn More

The DTI incentive scheme for build environment professionals falls within three broad categories:

The DTI covers the costs incurred in the process of accessing foreign markets through the Export Marketing and Investment Assistance (EMIA) scheme. The EMIA scheme develops export markets for South African products and services, and recruits new foreign direct investment into the country.
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One instance of BEPEC’s involvement in accessing foreign markets is an upcoming trip to Tanzania in September this year, with a group of our members. BEPEC is the last stop, from the paperwork involved in approving the funding from the DTI, to making appointments with potential clients in Tanzania.

We also involve all the applicable authorities to gain support for our members, from the embassies and ambassadors to the roads agency and various departments.

BEPEC also provides a full brief regarding the scope of work and projects, helping members identify project opportunities.

This is just one example of BEPEC’s commitment to its members.

The DTI covers the costs incurred in the process of carrying out market research through the Export Marketing and Investment Assistance (EMIA) scheme. The EMIA scheme develops export markets for South African products and services, and recruits new foreign direct investment into the country.
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BEPEC will facilitate access to the EMIA scheme for companies to undertake marketing research. This allows our members to gain the advantage by thoroughly exploring new potential export markets, in particular sectors, regions or countries.

The Capital Projects Feasibility Programme (CPFP) is a cost-sharing grant that contributes to the cost of feasibility studies outside South Africa likely to lead to projects that will increase local exports and stimulate the market for South African capital goods and services.
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