It’s well-known that most startups fail within their first few years, mainly due to an inability to access funds for their business activities. You can apply for several sources of funding in Singapore – view our guide to the Top 22 Venture Capital Firms and Angel Investors in Singapore.
Company Incorporation FAQs / Startup Funding Options
Simply put, equity financing is when someone gives you money because he/she believes that your business has great potential. Essentially, this means that what you pay to your investors in the form of dividends on shares is typically lower than interest rates you would pay to service a bank loan…Read More
Private funds like banks, financial institutions, and investment companies are very rarely involved in actively managing the business (thus, giving you the autonomy of conducting your own affairs in the manner you deem best) as their main purpose is to receive an attractive return (usually in the form of high…Read More
Angel investors are private investors who typically not only invest capital but also contribute their business expertise/skills in early-stage businesses in exchange for a significant share in the company. They can be individuals, or be part of an angel network that engage in investing in businesses with high growth potential…Read More
Yes, you are eligible for Start Up Tax Exemption (SUTE) provided the following conditions are fulfilled. The company must not have more than 20 shareholders throughout the basis period for that Year of Assessment where: all the shareholders are individuals beneficially and directly holding the shares in their own names;…Read More