Get up to 80%* support across Venuerific package with PSG

Regular Package

12 months license full-access to the software with user access up to 4 users.

*Note: Only for venues that are eligible for PSG scheme

PSG Eligibility Criteria

To apply for PSG, your company must meet the following criteria:

Be registered and operating in Singapore

Be using purchased/ subscribed solution in Singapore

Be an SME with minimum 30% local shareholding

Group annual sales turnover less than S$100 million OR

Have less than 200 employees

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How to apply for PSG and start using Venuerific solutions


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Submit an application on the Business Grant Portal

Frequently Asked Questions about PSG

Is it free to apply for PSG?

Any business is free to apply for PSG. The Grant will cover up to 80% of the cost to subscribe to the Pre-approved Vendor’s solution.

All businesses have to submit their own application. However, our friendly Account Manager will be here to guide you through the procedures when needed.

A signed quotation or contract or a purchased order

Vendor’s invoice

A Bank Statement that reflects your payment

A copy of cheque or receipt of payment

The license number of pre-approved vendor upon utilising the software for more than a month

A screenshot containing Venuerific’s or your company’s name

You can submit your applications for multiple times under PSG, but each application must be from different vendor. Do note that there is also a grant cap of $30,000 per year for each SME.

You can submit your claims after all expenses have been paid for and utilised. However, do note that all claims must be submitted before the claim due date indicated on the Letter of Offer (LOF).

Skills Development Levy (SDL) is a mandatory contribution by employers, as stipulated in the Skills Development Levy Act (Chapter 306). It was introduced on 1 October 1979 to encourage employers to upgrade their employees’ skills. SDL collections are channelled into the Skills Development Fund (SDF), which support a wide variety of skills upgrading programmes and activities. The SDL and SDF are administered by SkillsFuture Singapore (SSG).

All employers are required to pay SDL. The amount of SDL payable is prescribed in section 3 of the SDL Act. With effect from 1 October 2008, every employer is required to contribute 0.25% of the monthly remuneration of every employee on their payroll subject to:

- A minimum of $2 (for employees earning $800 or less a month)

- A maximum of $11.25 (for employees earning $4,500 or more a month)

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