Building Business Capabilities – 5 Broad Categories of Assistance
Productivity and Innovation
Workforce & Training Support
The SCCCI has a membership network of 151 trade associations and 4,000 corporate entities including large financial and business organisations, multinational corporations, government- linked companies, and small and medium enterprises from a wide spectrum of trades and industries. The members together provide vast resources and opportunities which enable the SCCCI to develop an influential global Chinese business network for business, education, culture and community development.
- Preparing Financial Statements
- Filing Financial Statements
- Filing Annual Returns (ARs)
- AVA Veterinary Certificate
- Import & Export Permit
- Import & Export Licence
A*STAR provides support to the local enterprises in different ways, from long-term R&D with industry groups to R&D that helps to enhance the technology competence of individual companies. Find out about the various programmes for SMEs here.
- Hiring Employees
- Paying CPF Contributions
- Compliance Matters
Find out about Workplace Health here.
IE provides financial and non-financial assistance for local companies venturing into new markets, click here to learn more.
• Double Tax Deduction for Internationalisation (DTDi)
• Market Readiness Assistance (MRA) Grant
• Global Company Partnership (GCP) Grant
• Talent Initiatives
• Free Trade Agreement (FTA) Portal
• iAdvisory Seminars
• Research Databases
• Trade Talent
- Filing and Registration Services
- Funding & Assistance Schemes
- IP Financing Scheme
Visit IRAS website for information on filing and payment of taxes, and schemes that businesses can tap on. Click here to download publicity material on e-Filing of Income Tax Returns.
MOM is responsible for developing a productive workforce and progressive workplaces in Singapore. Information on Work Passes & Permits, Employment Practices and Workplace Safety & Health can be found on its website.
Under the Industry Transformation Programme, roadmaps will be developed for 23 industries to assist in their transformation and growth. Click here to find out more about the Industry Transformation Maps (ITMs).
Singapore Custom is the agency responsible for the facilitation of trades and revenue enforcement. Guides are available to inform and assist businesses on trading matters:
- Registering to Trade
- Importing & Exporting Goods
SPRING Singapore is the government agency in responsible for helping Singapore enterprises grow, information on schemes and programmes for startups and SMEs can be access through its website.
SME Portal is the first stop for Singapore SME owners and aspiring entrepreneurs looking for information, tools and services that can help them build sustainable and competitive businesses.
Get information about productivity from Government & Businesses.
WSG addresses the needs of business owners and companies by providing support to enable manpower-lean enterprises to remain competitive. It will help businesses create quality jobs, develop a manpower pipeline to support industry growth, and match the right people to the right jobs.