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Technology Voucher Programme (TVP)

TVP was launched in November 2016 on a pilot basis to subsidise local small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in using technological services and solutions to improve productivity, or upgrade or transform their business processes. Since 27 February 2019, it has been converted into a regular funding programme under the Innovation and Technology Fund. The Hong Kong government will further enhance the TVP with effective from 1 April 2020 to further assist enterprises in making uses of technology to improve their business operation and enhance their competitiveness.

Key Features


The main objective of the Technology Voucher Programme (TVP) is to subsidize Hong Kong’s local small and medium enterprises to develop technological services and solutions. When using better technologies, local companies can:


Local entities fulfilling the following requirements are eligible to apply for funding under the TVP:
(a)(i) Registered in Hong Kong under the Business Registration Ordinance (Cap. 310); or
(a)(ii) Incorporated and registered in Hong Kong under the Companies Ordinance (Cap. 622); or
(a)(iii) Established in Hong Kong by relevant ordinances as statutory bodies;
(b) Not a listed company in Hong Kong, and not a government subvented organisation3 or subsidiary of any government subvented organisation3;
(c) With substantive business operation in Hong Kong which is related to the project under application at the time of application.

What documents are needed when applying?

What kinds of project will be funded by TVP?


Technology Voucher Programme (TVP) Application Process

The application to TVP consists of five stages:

  1. Required Documents Preparation and Application Submission
  2. Assessment of Application
  3. Notification of Results
  4. Project Implementation
  5. Disbursement of Funding

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Distance Business Programme (D-Biz)


Remote working or service has become a new trend against the backdrop of the epidemic. Under the Anti-Epidemic Fund, the Innovation and Technology Commission (ITC) has launched the Distance Business (D-Biz) Programme to support enterprises to adopt IT solutions to continue their business and services during the epidemic. The Hong Kong Productivity Council is the Secretariat of the Programme.
In view of the overwhelming response from enterprises, the Government has announced on 26 June to allocate an additional of HK$1 billion for the Programme, in addition to the original HK$500 million, to benefit more enterprises.

Funding Amount

Funding Scope

The Programme covers the following 12 IT solution categories:

  1. Online business
  2. Online order taking and delivery, and smart self-service systems
  3. Online customer services and engagement
  4. Digital customer experience enhancement
  5. Digital payment / mobile point of sale
  6. Online / cloud-based financial management systems
  7. Online / cloud-based human resources management systems
  8. Remote document management, cloud storage and remote access services
  9. Virtual meeting and conference tools
  10. Virtual team management and communications
  11. Cybersecurity solutions
  12. Other online / custom-built / cloud-based business support systems


All private enterprises (excluding publicly listed companies, statutory bodies and non-government organisations funded by the Government) with a valid Business Registration Certificate or a Social Enterprise Certificate issued by the Hong Kong Council of Social Service under the D-Biz Programme, ongoing business commenced before 1 January 2020 and substantive business operation in the industry related to the project in the application at the time of application are eligible.

Application Period</p>

Application is open from 9 am on 18 May 2020 to 6 pm 31 October 2020.

What documents are needed when applying?

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