Technology Voucher Programme (TVP)

Understanding the basics

Launched in November 2016, TVP aims to support local enterprises/organisations in using technological services and solutions to improve productivity, or upgrade or transform their business processes.


  • 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;
  • AND
  • (b) Not a listed company in Hong Kong, and not a government subvented organisation or subsidiary of any government subvented organisation;
  • AND
  • (c) With substantive business operation in Hong Kong which is related to the project under application at the time of application.

Key Features

  • Provide funding for projects on a 3 (Government):1 (enterprise/organisation) matching basis.
  • Cumulative funding ceiling per enterprise/organisation: HK$600,000.
  • Up to 6 projects per enterprise/organisation

Projects Accepted

  • HR process re-engineering
  • Inventory management system
  • Cloud ERP system
  • Purchase POS system
  • Logistic management system
  • Online sales system
  • Customer relationship/information management system
  • Online shop
  • Ecommerce Platform
  • Online hotel booking system
  • Online travel agency website
  • Insurance brokerage system
  • Cloud-based crowdfunding platform
  • And many mor


TVP invites applications for funding all year round. An entity should register as a user and submit its application through the Technology Voucher Programme Funding Administrative System. Applicants may approach the Innovation and Technology Commission (ITC) for assistance if they encounter difficulties in submitting applications through the TVP website. Please read the following documents before submitting an application..

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