FAQ: Market Readiness Assistance Grant (MRA)


  • What is the eligibility criteria for the MRA Grant?
    • Business entity that is registered/incorporated in Singapore;
    • At least 30% local shareholding;
    • Company’s Group Annual Sales Turnover of not more than S$100 million, or Company’s Group Employment Size of not more than 200 workers; and
    • New to target overseas market (at country-level)
  • What qualifies as a new overseas market?
    This is defined as a new overseas country that the company is expanding to, where its annual overseas sales in the country has not exceeded S$100,000 in any of the preceding three years.
  • Can a company with existing overseas presence or overseas sales apply for MRA support?

    Companies that have previously benefited from MRA, but whose overseas sales for that market has not exceeded S$100,000, can continue to be supported during the enhancement period of 1 April 2020 to 31 March 2025.

    Companies that have used up the maximum S$100,000 support for a particular market between 1 April 2020 and 31 March 2025 will not be eligible for any more MRA grants for that market.

  • What is the maximum number of applications a company can apply for MRA?

    There is no limit to the number of MRA applications that a company can apply. This is to allow companies the flexibility to determine their pace of entry into the overseas market.

  • Can a company apply to multiple new markets concurrently?
    Yes, as long as the new market criteria is met and projects are within each activity grant sub-cap.
  • If both parent company and its subsidiary apply for the MRA Grant, are they subjected to the S$100,000 cap?
    The grant cap of S$100,000 is applicable to each unique entity/company over the enhancement period. Enterprise Singapore will review the applications based on applicant company’s internationalisation plans. Different applicant companies with similar business registration details (including nature of business, address, shareholder/directorship, etc.) will be treated as connected enterprises and subjected to the cumulative grant ceiling of S$100,000 over the enhancement period.
  • Are group applications (two or more companies listed as applicants in one applicant form) allowed?
    No, we do not allow both companies to apply under one application. Each company can apply for one activity in a single application.
  • Can sole proprietors and partnerships apply for the MRA Grant?
    Enterprise Singapore seeks to understand the overseas expansion plans for sole proprietors and partnerships. Applications will be assessed on a case-by-case basis.
  • Can a company apply for the MRA grant in addition to financial schemes from Enterprise Singapore or other government agencies?

    Companies are not allowed to apply for the MRA grant after they have received grant approvals from Enterprise Singapore or other agencies on the same eligible expenses or events.

  • Can a company apply for both the Enterprise Development Grant (EDG) and MRA Grant support concurrently?
    Yes, eligible companies may apply for support under both EDG and MRA grant as long as it is not for the same scope of work/services/activities supported.
  • Can a company apply for Double Tax Deduction for Internationalisation (DTDi) on the same expenses supported by the MRA Grant?
    Yes. Company may apply for DTDi. Qualifying expenses are computed net of the MRA grant.
  • What is the maximum support period for an approved activity under the MRA Grant?
    12 months.
  • When can a company commence with the project?
    Companies can proceed to sign the contract with the third-party consultant/vendor after submitting the application via Business Grants Portal. Project commencement and completion dates must be in accordance to the project support period stipulated in the Business Grants Portal.
  • What is the timeline for a company to submit their MRA Grant application to Enterprise Singapore?
    Applications must be made 6 months before the start of the project/activity at the earliest.
  • What does a retrospective application mean?
    An application is deemed to be retrospective if any of the following events took place before submission via Business Grants Portal:
    • Made a payment including initial deposit to the third-party consultant/vendor
    • Signed the contractual agreement/purchase order with the third-party consultant/vendor
    • Commenced the project with the third-party consultant/vendor

    Project commencement and completion dates must be in accordance with the project support period stipulated in the Business Grants Portal.

    Only when companies participate in non-LEAD supported overseas trade fairs can they proceed with the following in consideration of the need to secure the booth space in advance and a longer preparation time is required:

    • Make payment (including initial deposit) to the show organiser/third-party vendor
    • Sign the contractual agreement/rental agreement/purchase order with the show organiser/third-party vendor

    Companies have to submit the application before the commencement date of the trade fair.

  • What is the information required in the proposal from the third-party consultant/vendor?

    The information required includes but is not limited to:

    • Testimonials/credentials of the project team (with the exception of Enterprise Singapore’s list* of Free Trade Agreement [FTA] and Trade Compliance consultants
    • Track records of past completed projects (with the exception of Enterprise Singapore’s list* of FTA and Trade Compliance consultants)
    • Detailed scope of services
    • Cost breakdown by scope of services
    • Expected deliverables for the project
  • Is it mandatory for a company to appoint the consultants on Enterprise Singapore’s reference list?

    No. With the exception of Enterprise Singapore’s list* of FTA and Trade Compliance consultants, companies can tap on the reference list or approach their preferred consultants to seek quotations. Companies are strongly encouraged to exercise due diligence prior to appointing any consultant.

  • Can companies engage a related associate as the third-party consultant/vendor?
    The Applicant shall ensure that the suppliers and service providers engaged in this project do not have any relationship, connection, association or dealings with the Applicant or its related companies or their directors and common shareholders.
  • Can a company apply for a scope of work that it has internal capabilities to provide as a service to their clients?
    No. Enterprise Singapore’s MRA grant supports eligible third-party costs for activities and services that Singapore SMEs do not have the in-house or internal capabilities to carry out.
  • If Singapore is one of the target markets, is the activity still eligible for the MRA Grant?
    As the purpose of the MRA grant is to encourage companies to take the first step towards internationalisation, any activity within Singapore will not be eligible for support.
  • Under what circumstances will applications be rejected?
    The following list is non-exhaustive:
    • A company which does not meet the eligibility criteria (Refer to the first question above)
    • A company holding a shell business registration or having its main business operations outside Singapore
    • A non-profit organisation
    • A company seeking support for the purpose of fundraising or increasing domestic sales.

Supportable Activities

  • What is the breakdown of the S$100,000 grant cap per new market for every company?

    The S$100,000 grant cap is applicable over the enhancement period of 1 April 2020 to 31 March 2025, comprising activity sub-caps of:

    1. S$20,000 for Overseas Market Promotion
    2. S$50,000 for Overseas Business Development
    3. S$30,000 for Overseas Market Set-up
  • What is the supportable scope under Overseas Marketing and PR activity?
    The intent of the support is to help companies create brand visibility and raise awareness to potential overseas clients. Products and services to be promoted must belong to/represented by the Singapore applicant and/or its subsidiaries. Individual marketing/PR activities would not be supported unless it is part of a holistic marketing/PR campaign executed by a professional marketing/PR agency/vendor with relevant expertise in the overseas market.
  • When applying for MRA support on “Participation in non-LEAD supported tradeshow”, why can a company only apply 6 months before event start date at the earliest?
    The 6-month period will allow for greater certainty and clarity that the activity will proceed as planned. For participation in overseas tradeshows, companies are allowed to book the booth space and confirm booth design and construction cost at an earlier date. However, the MRA grant support is not guaranteed until companies’ applications are approved by Enterprise Singapore.
  • Can a company apply for the MRA grant for LEAD supported tradeshows under any of the following circumstances?
    1. There is unavailable booth space under the Singapore National Pavilion supported under LEAD
    2. It can secure a better booth location compared to the Singapore National Pavilion
    3. It prefers not to be part of the Singapore National Pavilion for various reasons
    4. It prefers to exhibit at a different specialty hall within the same LEAD supported tradeshow

    None of the above will be supported. We strongly encourage Singapore companies to tap onto LEAD supported tradeshows to reach global customers, get feedback on products and services and learn more about overseas markets. Please refer here for LEAD supported tradeshows.

  • Why is there a cap on the grant support for the booth space at 36 sqm?
    The MRA grant support will be capped at 36 sqm per company. The support is for up to a standard booth size based on majority of the applications, beyond which the grant is not able to cover. Based on overall trends, a booth space of 36 sqm is reasonable for companies across different industries (e.g. for display of their machines, furniture, etc.)
  • Does a company need to follow any standard design for its company booth at an overseas tradeshow?
    No, but the applicant company’s name should be reflected clearly on either the booth or exhibitor listing.
  • What is the supportable scope under Overseas Business Development pillar?

    The typical internationalisation process involves identifying a target market and potential partners or leads through business matching, before investing resources to further assess leads for potential business. To effectively do this, companies can immerse themselves in the target market through in-market business development staff to understand the operating requirements. For companies that are new to market or new to internationalisation, this necessary and critical phase requires access to suitable third-party sources. Overseas Business Development projects support companies in conducting early-phase market exploration and in-market business development activities. The supported activities are:

    1. Identification of Potential Overseas Partners
    2. Overseas Marketing Presence
    3. In-market Business Development
  • What are the supporting documents for Basic Salary cost that is supported only under Overseas Marketing Presence projects?
    1. Employment or Appointment letters of staff who must be a paid employee of the firm
    2. Staff’s NRIC or Passport number
    3. CPF Statement (latest month within the project period) or employment pass/work permit for foreign employees
    4. Proof of permanent residency for SG/PR, such as long stay agreement, passport etc.
  • Would support be granted for costs incurred on incorporation of foreign entity under the individuals’ names?
    No. To qualify for MRA support, the foreign entity should be registered with the applicant company as the corporate shareholder.
  • How can a company apply for multiple IP support across different overseas markets?

    MRA support companies in IP search and registration expenses under the Overseas Market Set-up category of MRA. For international application, companies can submit one single MRA application for multiple new markets under the Madrid System, Patent Cooperation Treaty (PCT) System, Hague System, etc. Companies are required to indicate the key target market in the MRA application.

    For direct national applications, companies should continue to submit one MRA application for each new market. For more information, please refer to IPOS’ website.

  • How can companies identify suitable FTA and Trade Compliance consultants for Overseas Market Set-up activities?

    As FTA and Trade Compliance consultancy is a highly specialised field, companies can only tap on Enterprise Singapore’s list* of FTA and Trade Compliance consultants that offer the relevant consultancy services.

  • If a Singaporean company has overseas manufacturing bases producing foreign-origin goods, does the MRA support consultancy services on FTAs, of which, Singapore is not a member of?

    MRA can support the consultancy services as long as there are legitimate business relationships between your company and the manufacturing base - including but not limited to:

    1. Manufacturing base as a wholly-owned entity under Singapore company, or;
    2. Manufacturing base as a joint venture with overseas partner, or;
    3. Manufacturing base operating as a contract manufacturer.

    The MRA support for FTA consultancy scope is accessible to local SMEs. If the applicant company manufactures overseas, the consultant will advise the company on the relevant FTAs and help the company assess the potential benefit of leveraging on the FTAs, including those that Singapore is not a member of.

  • How can Trade Credit Insurance (TCI) be used for overseas markets?
    Trade Credit Insurance (TCI) is supported under the Overseas Market Set-up category of MRA from 1 April 2021. The continued support for TCI is aimed at encouraging Singapore SMEs to take up TCI cover to protect themselves against buyer defaults in new overseas markets. Companies can approach a Singapore-registered TCI broker/insurer to structure and purchase the TCI policy.
  • Are there any other expenses supported that are not stated in the scope?

    Please note that only eligible expenses stated in the scope of the MRA Grant are supported. The following expenses are not supported under the MRA Grant (please note that the list below is not exhaustive):

    For all scopes:

    • Out of pocket expenses (Singapore GST, exchange rate losses, etc.)
    • Logistics for overseas physical trade fairs, airfare, accommodation, in-house manpower, maintenance, security deposit, sales commission and success fees
    • Costs charged by other Singapore Government Agencies
    • Out of pocket costs (e.g. airfare and hotel accommodation)

    Overseas Marketing and PR activity

    • Singapore-imposed Goods and Services Tax (GST)
    • Costs charged by other Singapore Government Agencies
    • Out of pocket costs (e.g., airfare, transport, accommodation, staff meals)
    • Prototyping
    • Costs incurred for the purpose of fulfilling contractual obligation with clients
    • Food samples/products, promotional prizes/gifts, sponsorship fees (prize money)
    • In-house manpower, maintenance, security deposit, sales commission/success fees
    • Stand-alone costs and/or collaterals that are not related to the marketing/PR campaign (e.g., video production for social media posts or production of corporate brochures that are not relevant to the campaign)
    • Telemarketing
    • Publicity costs to raise capital or investments
    • Equipment (e.g., tablet, printer, hard disk, computer)

    Overseas Trade Fairs

    • Singapore-imposed Goods and Services Tax (GST)
    • Costs charged by other Singapore Government Agencies
    • Out of pocket costs (e.g. airfare, transport, hotel accommodation, meals)
    • Costs incurred for the purpose of sourcing for investors, raising capital, selling of applicant's shares
    • Costs incurred for the purpose of fulfilling contractual obligation with clients
    • Logistics for overseas physical trade fairs, in-house manpower (e.g., promoters, maintenance, security deposit, sales commission, namecard, and success fees)
    • Shared/split booths
    • Purchase of equipment, furniture, electrical appliances
    • Insurance costs
    • Sponsored or corporate gifts (e.g. notebooks, pens, lucky draw prizes), prize money
    • Subscription to generic online databases

    Business Matching and In-Market BD

    • Singapore-imposed Goods and Services Tax (GST)
    • Costs charged by other Singapore Government Agencies
    • Out of pocket costs (e.g. airfare, transport, hotel accommodation)
    • Office rental, manpower salary
    • Commission (Success Fee)
    • Subscription to generic databases or directories
    • Costs incurred for sourcing of investors, suppliers, capital raising, selling of company’s shares

    Overseas Marketing Presence

    • Singapore-imposed Goods and Services Tax (GST)
    • Costs charged by other Singapore Government Agencies
    • Commission, bonus
    • Subscription to generic databases or directories
    • Costs incurred for sourcing of investors, suppliers, capital raising, selling of company’s shares
    • Incidental costs – bonuses, commissions, taxes, allowances, employee’s overtime pay, airfare, meals, accommodation, etc.
    • Other office costs – equipment/furniture, fixture, utilities, internet/ telecommunication costs, etc.
    • Rental of warehouse, factory space, residential space, hotel room/suite
    • Deposit and any form of downpayments

    Market Entry

    • Singapore-imposed Goods and Services Tax (GST)
    • Costs charged by other Singapore Government Agencies (exception of incorporation of entity activity and only if costs incurred are necessary as part of the overseas entity incorporation)
    • Out of pocket costs (e.g., airfare, transport, accommodation)
    • Costs to operationalise the business (e.g., signboard license, bookkeeping services)
    • Costs related to appointment of Power of Attorney
    • Corporate secretariat services
    • Paid up capital
    • Annual registered office address/Lease contract
    • Custodial director service
    • Individual director tax registration
    • Costs related to manpower issues such as employee recruitment/work permit (e.g. social security registration, insurance)
    • Product certification/testing costs (e.g. testing of ice-cream flavours), product liability insurance
    • Trademark/Patent filings for Singapore

    FTA and Trade Compliance consultancy

    • Singapore-imposed Goods and Services Tax (GST)
    • Assistance with Customs Authorities post-audit FTA consultancy
    • Application for Advanced Ruling with Singapore Customs

Business Grants Portal and Corppass

  • How can companies apply for the MRA Grant?
    Companies have to request for a cost quotation from the third-party consultant/vendor before logging on to the Business Grants Portal (BGP) with Corppass.
  • What is the Business Grants Portal?
    The Business Grants Portal (BGP) is a one-stop portal for businesses to apply for government grants. This paperless system allows entities to find the grants they need with ease, enjoy a convenient form completion process, and reduce the time spent on the application.

    If the company has yet to register for a Corppass Administrator account, please visit www.corppass.gov.sg. After successful registration, users need to be assigned the e-Service access to the BGP in order to submit their grant application.

  • Who should I contact for technical enquiries about the Business Grant Portal?
    You may contact the Business Grant Portal helpdesk at +65 6708 7288 or submit an enquiry form at go.gov.sg/bgphelpdesk.

    Operating hours are from 8:30 am to 5:30 pm (Mondays to Fridays)

  • Who should I contact if I have questions on Corppass Registration?
    You may call the Corppass Helpdesk at +65 6643 0577 or email them at support@corppass.gov.sg.

    Operating hours are from 8:00 am to 8:00 pm (Mondays to Fridays) and from 8:00 am to 2:00 pm (Saturdays). Closed on Sundays and Public Holidays.

  • My company is exempted from having our accounts audited. What documents should we upload under the BGP’s Company Profile?

    You may choose to upload unaudited financial statements or management accounts, if audited statements are unavailable.

    If the company is newly registered and a full year’s financial statements are not available, you may provide unaudited financial statements or management accounts for the year-to-date.

  • Where can applicants check the status of their grant application?

    An email will be sent to the company’s contact person with the status of the submitted grant application.

    Alternatively, applicants may log in to the BGP. Under the “My Grants” section, they can view the status of their grant application by toggling between the tabs (Drafts/Processing/Actions Required/ Completed).

    Reminder emails will also be sent when the application is returned for further clarifications. Applicants may make the necessary clarifications via BGP. Inactive applications may be withdrawn by Enterprise Singapore.

  • Can I revise my application after I have submitted it?

    Once you have submitted your application, there can be no further amendments. We may route the application back to the applicant should there be a need for clarification.

  • What happens if the personnel handling the company’s grant application leaves the company? Can another staff submit the application on his/her behalf?

    Any personnel assigned as a BGP user in the company and given a Preparer or Acceptor role by the company’s Corppass Administrator can edit and submit the grant application. Contact details of the new user should be updated in the Business Grants Portal.

  • What happens if the CEO/MD who is authorised to accept the Letter of Offer leaves the company? How does the applicant update the BGP and Corppass?

    Under the e-Service section of the BGP, the company’s Corppass Administrator should assign an Acceptor role to the new CEO/MD. This will enable the new management personnel to accept a Letter of Offer.

    If the grant has not been approved, the Corppass Administrator can update the Letter of Offer addressee in the grant application form.

    If the grant has been approved and a Letter of Offer has been issued, no amendment to the addressee can be made. However, the new CEO/MD can still accept the Letter of Offer if he/she has been granted rights to do so. Do also update ACRA and the grant processing agency of the change in management details.

  • How can applicants change their Corppass roles to accept the Letter of Offer?

    The applicant company’s Corppass Admin would need to add in the “MTI – Business Grant Portal (BGP)” digital service:

    1. Login at www.corppass.gov.sg
    2. Go to ‘e-Services’ > ‘Select Entity e-Services’
    3. Type “bgp” in the search bar to the right (next to ‘filter’)
    4. Tick the box on the left of “BGP”, then press ‘Next'
      • If there is no checkbox to tick, you may skip ahead to Step 7 below.
    5. Press ‘Next’ and ‘Submit’
    6. Press ‘Return to Homepage’
      • After adding BGP for the company, the Admin would then need to assign it to the relevant staff.
    7. Go to ‘e-Services’ > ‘Assign selected e-Services’
    8. Tick the box next to the relevant staff’s name and press ‘Next’.
    9. Type “bgp” in the search bar to the right (next to ‘filter’)
    10. Tick the box on the left of “BGP”, then press ‘Next'
      • Select the “Acceptor” role.
      • “Authorization Effective Date” can be today
      • “Authorization Expiry Date” can be left blank
    11. Press ‘Next’ and ‘Submit’
      • If you are unsure of who your Admin is, you may use your SingPass to check on the identities of your entity’s Corppass Admins and Sub-Admins
    12. Go to www.corppass.gov.sg
    13. Click on ‘Services’ > ‘Find Your Corppass Admin’
    14. Login to SingPass
    15. Enter the company’s UEN
    16. Press ‘Search’ (the respective admins’ names will be displayed)

    For further enquiries regarding Corppass roles, please refer to the Corppass User Guide.

Change Requests

  • Can a company request for an extension if they cannot complete the approved activity within six months or submit the claims within the stipulated deadline?
    The maximum support period for an approved activity is 12 months and companies can take up to a maximum of 3 months to submit its claims upon completion of the activity. Companies with valid reasons may request for an extension from Enterprise Singapore via the BGP before the project end date. The request will be subjected to approval.


  • Do the expenses of the approved activity need to be audited? Would there be any support for audit fees?
    For all claims, the companies must appoint an Enterprise Singapore auditor to verify the eligibility, authenticity and accuracy of the items listed in the Statement of Claim. Companies can be eligible for an audit fee grant, capped at S$500 or the prevailing support level of the audit fee as stated in Annex 1 of the Letter of Offer in the Business Grants Portal, whichever is lower.
  • Why is there a need to engage an auditor?
    The Auditor’s Report allows for a smoother review of claims. The responsibility of the auditor is to verify and confirm the amounts shown on the Statement of Claim are in accordance with the provisions of the Letter of Offer. The auditor would then issue the Auditor’s Report.
  • What is the Auditor’s Report?
    The Auditor’s Report is mandatory and serves as a confirmation statement by an independent auditor that certifies the amounts shown on the Statement of Claim are in accordance with the provisions of the Letter of Offer.
  • What are the contact details of Enterprise Singapore-appointed auditors?
    Upon approval of the MRA grant, please refer to Annex 6 of the Letter of Offer in the Business Grants Portal.
  • Is inter-billing and/or cost sharing between related companies of the applicant company allowed?
    We are only able to defray costs that are incurred as a result of third-party engagements. The applicant would have to make payment to the third-party consultant/vendor directly.
  • Can a company claim for additional expenses which would only be billed by the third-party consultant/vendor after the activity is completed?
    No. MRA grant support is approved based on the quotation submitted by companies during the application stage. The approved quantum is final, and additional claims are not allowed.
  • Can the grant be provided on a cash advancement basis?
    The grant is administered on a reimbursement basis to ensure that the grants are strictly utilized for the approved project.
  • What are the documents required as proof of completion of project?

    Companies may be required to submit additional claim documents at the request of the processing officer to substantiate the validity of the approved activities. Please be informed that the list below is non-exhaustive.

    Project Scopes
    • Deliverables to be provided during claims

    Overseas Marketing and PR Activities
    • Event write-up attached with corresponding materials, e.g. publicity materials and photographs/screenshots of the launch of holistic marketing and PR campaign/activities. The write-up should include the number of attendees for the event/campaign and profile of target audience
    • Overall roadmap/communications plan of activities that have been completed

    Participation in Overseas Physical and Virtual Trade Fairs

    Overseas Physical Trade Fairs
    • Photographs and exhibitors’ listing which reflects applicant company’s name at the booth
    • Event write-up using word document to include 3-4 paragraphs on the environment of the booth, experience as well as how the participation has benefited applicant company

    Virtual Trade Fairs
    • Screenshots of exhibitor listing, publicity materials, virtual booths, virtual business meetings/matching sessions, post event analytics report product samples for virtual fairs (where available and/or applicable)

    Business Matching
    • Detailed report on the profile of potential customers/partners for the company in the selected market and business matching outcomes
    • Pictures of meetings
    • Photocopy of potential customers’ or partners’ name cards

    Overseas Marketing Presence
    • Proof of completion of setting up of overseas marketing presence in the market (e.g. rental agreement/invoice, bank transactions proof)
    • Documentation to show proof that the marketing activities have been conducted in market (e.g. plans detailing the business strategy/business road map, business meetings, report detailing the project progress/milestones, marketing collaterals)
    • Posting of the applicant’s staff (Singaporean/SPR/foreigner) (e.g. appointment letters, payslip to show that applicant had made payment to BD staff, proof of stay in market - residential agreement, long stay hotel agreement, passport departure and arrival dates, bank transactions proof)
    • Proof of rebilling of the invoices to accrue expenses back to the Singapore applicant if its overseas subsidiaries are involved in executing and paying for the expenses incurred.

    In-market Business Development
    • Detailed report on updates of local in-market BD personnel’s progress, documentation and outcome of business meetings
    • Report on market updates, including advice on set-up of entity in the market or future strategy plans etc

    Market Entry
    • Proof of Intellectual Property (IP) or trademarks that have been filed which includes relevant filing documents submitted to authorities
    • Incorporation Certificate
    • Copy of certificate/permit/licenses/franchise agreement
    • Final assessment reports 

    FTA and Trade Compliance consultancy
    • Detailed report on assessment of current situation, trade compliance review/assessment, potential benefits from specific FTA(s), if any, and the related FTA information
    • Plans/strategy to leverage on FTAs
    • Relevant filing documents submitted to authorities
    • Copies of certificates, permits and licenses obtained
    • Written ruling / opinion for classification of goods, origin determination of goods and/or Customs valuation
    • Standard Operating Procedure manuals
    • Copies of certificate/permit/license/official submissions transacted with Customs authorities
  • How will I be notified of the claims disbursement?
    An email will be sent to the email address stated in the Business Grants Portal to confirm the transaction.

Withdrawal of Grants

  • Steps

    Step 1/4

    • Acceptor login to BGP > Click on 'Updates Required' tab
    • Click on grant's Project Title
    Withdrawal of grants step 1


    Step 2/4

    • Click on 'Withdraw Application'
    Withdrawal of grants step 2


    Step 3/4

    • Enter details in 'Remarks' section
    • Click on 'Withdraw Application'
    Withdrawal of grants step 3


    Step 4/4

    • Grant application has been withdrawn
    Withdrawal of grants step 4

Helpdesk Contact

  • Corppass Issues

    CorpPass Helpdesk

    E support@corppass.gov.sg
    T +65 6643 0577

    The operating hours are from 8:00 am to 8:00 pm (Mondays to Fridays) and from 8:00 am to 2:00 pm (Saturdays). Closed on Sunday and Public Holidays.

  • Business Grant Portal Issues

    Business Grant Portal helpdesk

    Enquiry Form: go.gov.sg/bgphelpdesk
    T +65 6708 7288

    The operating hours are from 8:30 am to 5:30 pm (Mondays to Fridays).