The MRA Grant support level of up to 70% will be extended until 31 Mar 2023.
As announced at Budget 2021, the maximum support level of up to 80% will be extended for 6 months, until 31 March 2022. MRA will also be enhanced to include Trade Credit Insurance (TCI) as a supportable area under the overseas market set-up pillar with effect from 1 April 2021.
Small and medium enterprises (SMEs) will receive an international boost with the Market Readiness Assistance (MRA) grant to help take your business overseas.
Eligible SMEs will receive the following support:
* With effect from 1 April 2020, a new market refers to a target overseas country whereby the applicant company has not exceeded S$100,000 in overseas sales in each of the last three preceding years.
Companies should meet the following criteria:
Click here for full list of supportable activities.
Eligible employers who fulfil the following criteria can also qualify for additional subsidies under the SkillsFuture Enterprise Credits (SFEC) scheme:
Please note that retrospective applications will not be accepted. An application will be deemed retrospective only if any of the following events took place before the application date:
Companies must submit your applications no earlier than six months of project start date.
Please apply through the Business Grants Portal.
Send all claims with relevant supporting documents to us through the Business Grants Portal within three months from project end date.
For all claims, an independent auditor must verify the expenses. An audit grant fee, capped at S$500 or 70% of the audit fee will be given to companies who engaged an Enterprise Singapore-appointed auditor to verify the expenses.
All claims will be disbursed strictly on a reimbursement basis.
Click here for frequently asked questions on MRA.
For more information on how we can work with you to grow your business, click here.