Digital Marketing Agency Pre-Approved For Up To 70% Funding Support On ECommerce Solutions

Known for their commitment to providing fantastic value in their digital marketing services, I Concept is now pre-approved to offer ECommerce solutions with subsidies of up to 70%.

July 11, 2019 / / —

A Singapore digital marketing company is proud to announce an exciting new possibility for businesses operating in the country. I Concept is now a pre-approved vendor for eCommerce solutions.

Under the Productivity Solutions Grant (PSG), a company could now be eligible for a subsidy of up to 70% for the I Concept ecommerce solution.

The PSG grant is designed to provide support for businesses that are keen to improve the company by introducing new IT solutions and equipment into their business model. The scheme includes solutions that are unique to specific sectors, including customer management, inventory tracking, financial management and eCommerce solutions.

Now, I Concept is fully established as a Pre-Approved@SMEsGoDigital Vendor under the category of Retail (E-Commerce - Online Shop and Marketplace).

The company provides two digital solutions for their clients which are eligible under the PSG grant - I Concept ECommerce Solution Version 1 - Package (Express) and I Concept ECommerce Solution Version 1 - Package (Premium).

These two options are suitable for business owners with different budgets and technical requirements.

I Concept is a collective group of experts in the digital realm who aim to provide web excellence for clients through Singapore and Southeast Asia. The business started in 2008 with the goal of creating stunning websites and delivering fantastic digital marketing results to all of their clients. Over the years, the company has worked with every type of digital business owner, including SMEs and multinational corporations.

As a newly Pre-Approved vendor for ECommerce solutions, I Concept believe that they can provide more value for their clients. The grant also ensures that businesses with various budgets are able to afford the ECommerce support they require to take their company to the next level.

Clients keen to apply for the PSG Grant can simply contact one of their consultants. By doing this, each client will receive a quotation, and they will then be able to submit an application on the Business Grants Portal (BGP) using a CorpPass Account.

To qualify for the grant, a business must be registered and operating in Singapore. For select solutions, a company will also need to have a minimum of 30% local shareholding.

I Concept is keen to point out that they will guide clients through the process of making this submission. The company claims that this will guarantee clients access to quality solutions that they provide at subsidised rates.

More information about the services provided by I Concept can be found on their business website. Alternatively, a representative for the company can be contacted directly using the information provided below.

Harvey Ang
I Concept Innovation Pte Ltd
140 Paya Lebar Road #06-26,
AZ @ Paya Lebar,
Singapore 409015

Contact Info:
Name: Harvey Ang
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Organization: I Concept Innovation Pte Ltd
Address: 140 Paya Lebar Road #06-26, AZ @ Paya Lebar, Singapore 409015
Phone: +6569043751


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