Tourism Product Development Fund (TPDF)

Tourism Product Development Fund (TPDF)

Create or rejuvenate your tourism products.

About  TPDF

The Tourism Product Development Fund (TPDF) by Singapore Tourism Board supports the creation, development of new tourism products and/or major rejuvenation of existing tourism products to increase Singapore destination attractiveness to visitors.

Successful applicants will receive funding support of up to 50% of qualifying costs such as professional services, hardware/equipment and software, materials and consumables, and production costs.

Develop Your Tourism Products

Singapore-based companies can tap on Singapore Tourism Board’sTourism Product Development Fund (TPDF) to create or rejuvenate your tourism products. We have a proven, tried-and-true method for developing and marketing products that includes branding, product design, packaging design to communication design. We have successfully implemented the Creativeans BrandBuilder™ methodology with a large variety of clients in a broad range of industries, with processes broken down into key phases and tailored to achieve your brand objectives.

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FAQ

Is our company eligible for TPDF

The TPDF is open to all businesses / companies or associations registered in Singapore.

Proposed projects should fall under one of the following categories:

  • New Product Development
  • Existing Product Rejuvenation
How is our application evaluated?

Proposed projects will be assessed on their potential to increase Singapore destination attractiveness and contribute to the tourism revenue.

How long do I have to wait to know the results of my application?

Based on our experience you should get a reply from STB officer within weeks to advise you if your proposed project is eligible for TPDF and to proceed with the application.

How do I apply?

Interested applicants are advised to provide an executive summary / brief description of the proposed project to STB_Incentives@stb.gov.sg.

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