Enterprise Singapore initiative to support SMEs to sell online

Thursday 2 April 2020 10:26 CET | News

Enterprise Singapore has launched the E-Commerce Booster Package initiative to support SMEs who have little or no ecommerce experience to sell online. 

The package provides support to retailers for domestic and overseas markets. For the domestic market, retailers will receive assistance from four ecommerce platform providers: Amazon, Lazada Singapore, Qoo10 and Shopee. Sellers can apply with only one platform partner, with whom it has no existing account.

Retailers will receive a one-time 90% support on qualifying costs for the fees charged, capped at USD 9,000. The platform providers will work with sellers to curate and list products for up to six months, participate in promotion campaigns, fulfil orders and perform basic data analytics of sales.

Sellers eyeing overseas markets can make use of Enterprise Singapore’s ongoing Multichannel E-Commerce Platform (MEP) Programme. 

In terms of manpower, Enterprise Singapore will support 90% of the qualifying manpower cost for three months.

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Keywords: Enterprise Singapore, SMEs, commerce, ecommerce platform
Categories: Payments & Commerce
Countries: Singapore
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