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Explore Investment Opportunities on Guam.


Information on how to start a business on Guam.

Individuals and firms who are interested in engaging in business in Guam must obtain a business license prior to starting their business operations. Most licensing transactions can be processed and approved at a single location, the Government of Guam’s ONE STOP LICENSING CENTER located at 542 N. Marine Drive, Tamuning, Guam 96913, Telephone No. (671) 646-3259 or Facsimile No. (671) 649-6178. Hours of operation for the center are from 8:00am to 5:00pm, Monday through Friday, except legal holidays.


Explore opportunities for established business on Guam.

GEDA offers a variety of business opportunities for established businesses.

Learn more about GEDA’s programs and services.

Geda Bulletin

  • First Public Notice: GEDA Regular Board of Directors Meeting - Thursday, May 28, 2015
    News Date: 20-May-2015 First Public Notice: GEDA Regular Board of Directors Meeting - Thursday, May 28, 2015, at the hour of 1:30 p.m. at Suite 511, Fifth Floor, Guam International Trade Center Building, 590 South Marine Corps Drive, Tamuning, Guam.

  • Governor signs Guam Regional Medical City QC
    News Date: 09-January-2015 “This is a landmark event. The opening of the Guam Regional Medical City expands our healthcare system on island. We will have additional beds for our people, and specialty care will be available to Guamanians right here at home. It also brings hundreds of jobs for our people and I’d like to thank everyone who had a hand in making this possible.”

    – Governor Eddie Baza Calvo
    Governor Calvo Signing the Guam Regional Medical City QC

  • Bill That Encourages Economic Growth Signed Into Law
    News Date: 05-January-2015

    At a time when our island is enjoying stable growth and anticipating more growth, Gov. Eddie Baza Calvo signed into law Bill 416-32.
    Introduced by Sen. Dennis Rodriguez, Bill 416-32 provides for special tax incentives specific to hotels as part of the Guam Economic Development Agency’s Qualifying Certificate program. These incentives aim to spur construction of an additional 1,600 hotel rooms, as well as allow for the improvement and expansion of existing rooms.

    For more informaion contact GEDA's Business Development Division at 647-4332.

  • RFP 15-004 Strategic Marketing Services
    Post Date: 16-April-2015 RFP 15-004 Strategic Marketing Services

    Post Date: 26-December-2013


Hafa Adai! On behalf of Governor Calvo, Lt. GovernorTenorioandall the people of Guam, Si Yu’os Ma’ase(thank you)for

your interest in investment and development opportunities inGuam.

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GEDA Success Story: Warehouse Pacific Inc.

Calvin Holloway Jr., Business Development Manager, Warehouse Pacific Inc., shares his experience with GEDA’s recent Guam Food Export Showcase in Hong Kong. 

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