Since the COVID-19 global lockdown of 2020, many Small & Medium-size Enterprises (SMEs) in Singapore are yet to bounce back from the negative impact of the pandemic. 59% are still in survival mode according to this report.
In fact, some never recovered and had to close down completely. So for members of the Association of Small & Medium Enterprises (ASME), we are offering additional support to the existing government and private SME funding programs.
We are helping SMEs with only USD10,000 capital to earn USD100,000 from the forex market. That’s just a tiny a slice of the USD6.3 trillion traded every day in the world’s largest financial market; and best of all for FREE.
Boost Your Business Fund In 1-2-3
Complete the form below and receive a link to the SME business registration page to fill, sign and submit.
Confirm the signup process with a transfer of USD10,000 capital (in SGD) to our DBS Bank corporate account.
Collect USD100,000 profit + capital + zero fees after 12 months withdrawn back to your business bank account.
Join our free S.M.E. Funding Project
Grow Your Business Capital For Free
SMEs are the backbone of Singapore’s economic growth; providing about half of it’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP). Thus, government created the financial support agencies below to aid them with grants, more so since the pandemic struck.
Enterprise Development Grant (EDG) – Enterprise Singapore
Productivity Solutions Grant (PSG) – Enterprise Singapore
Market Readiness Assistance (MRA) Grant – Enterprise Singapore
SkillsFuture Enterprise Credit (SFEC) – Enterprise Singapore
Business Improvement Fund (BIF) – Singapore Tourism Board
Digital Resilience Bonus (DRB) – Infocomm Media Development Authority
DBS Bank Ltd
Follow the links to find out if you can apply for funding. Business owners who are not eligible for the SME grants of the institutions above; and also non-members of ASME are all welcome to signup with us.
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