Evaluation of government funding applications
The above assessment is for reference only and does not constitute any guarantee or offer. The final entrustment agreement must be explained and signed by the technology voucher/BUD consultant and the customer.
How to conduct government-funded self-assessment?
As long as you enter the service platform and answer a few simple questions, you will immediately know whether the company/institution meets the basic eligibility for TVP technology voucher or BUD special fund application, and at the same time know that the main problem lies in the approximate approved amount of technology voucher. After completing the basic assessment, you can submit the company/institution and contact information, and the funding consultant can follow up immediately, accept the entrustment within 3 working days as soon as possible, and prepare to apply for technology voucher or BUD special fund.
If only a basic assessment is performed, it is completely prohibited to submit any personal and company information, and the service is completely free.
Various government funded projects
4 top recommended government funds
TVP Technology Voucher Program
The Technology Voucher Scheme launched by the Innovation and Technology Commission aims to enhance the technology application of Hong Kong SMEs, accelerate business development, increase corporate productivity, and reduce daily operating costs, thereby enhancing the overall competitiveness of Hong Kong SMEs
BUD Special Fund
In order to assist Hong Kong companies in marketing and brand promotion in Mainland China, the Hong Kong Productivity Council has set up an optimized version of the BUD Special Fund Mainland Program. The amount of funding has increased from HK$500,000 to 1 million in the previous policy address. Increased to two million yuan.
BUD Special Fund
Following the BUD Mainland plan, the Hong Kong Productivity Council established the BUD Special Fund ASEAN Plan, which aims to assist Hong Kong companies in marketing and brand promotion in the ten countries of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN). The amount is also in line with the Mainland plan.
The "SME Marketing Fund" is organized by the Trade and Industry Department to target groups of SMEs. Through a plan to promote SMEs to participate in more activities related to the export industry, Hong Kong can eventually expand its overseas market.