As announced at Budget 2021, the enhanced maximum support level of up to 80% will be extended from 30 September 2021 to 31 March 2022.
Today and into the future, companies that thrive are the ones that have strong business foundations and strategies, adopt technology and innovative processes, and grow their overseas presence.
The Enterprise Development Grant (EDG) helps Singapore companies grow and transform. This grant supports projects that help you upgrade your business, innovate or venture overseas, under three pillars:
As of 30 December 2020, Overseas Marketing Presence (OMP) will be supported under the Market Readiness Assistance Grant (MRA). Please refer here for more details.
The grant funds qualifying project costs namely third party consultancy fees, software and equipment, and internal manpower cost.
Note: There are no pre-approved vendors for the EDG.
To qualify for the EDG, you need to:
Applications will be assessed by Enterprise Singapore based on project scope, project outcomes and competency of service provider.
There are no compulsory application fees required for schemes offered by ESG. Any application fees quoted by individuals/ firms offering grant application services are not endorsed by the Government.
Eligible employers who fulfil the following criteria can also qualify for additional subsidies under the SkillsFuture Enterprise Credits (SFEC) scheme:
Find out how to apply for the EDG.
Note: From 1 April 2020, all EDG applications should include commitments to worker outcomes as part of the qualifying requirements. Worker outcomes include increase in wage increment, job creation, job re-design, or training for existing staff.
In addition, unionised companies and e2i partners under the Labour Movement are eligible to receive an additional 10% funding, subject to NTUC-e2i’s endorsement.