SPRING SEEDS is another dollar-to-dollar co-funding scheme. It will match third-party investors up to S$1 million (US$770,000). The first round of contribution by SPRING SEEDS is usually capped at S$300,000 (US$232,000).
TECS is an initiative that funds R&D projects for early-stage startups, with the aim of developing technology that can be commercialized. The program is further split into two grants, depending on the maturity level of the technology. In total, a startup could get up to S$750,000 (US$579,000).
TIS is another initiative by the NRF, this time targeting early stage startups. Together with partner venture capital firms, it matches up to 85 percent of the VC’s investment, with a cap of S$500,000 (US$385,000) per company. The investor can have the option to buy back NRF’s stake in the company in three years.
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