Geran Digital PMKS Madani (GDPM) / MSME Digital Grant MADANI

The Micro Small and Medium Enterprise (MSME) Digital Grant / Geran Digital Perusahaan Mikro Kecil dan Sederhana (PMKS) is made available to micro, small, and medium enterprise companies in order to help them acquire digital services from service providers (DP – Digitalization Partners) registered with the Malaysian Digital Economy Corporation (MDEC) to assist and provide services in the field of digitization with a 50% Matching Grant application of up to RM5,000 per company.

Eligibility & Required Documents

Are You Eligible?

  • Malaysian-Owned: MSMEs/Cooperatives must be at least 60% owned by Malaysian citizens.

  • Registration Requirements: Must be registered with the Companies Commission of Malaysia (SSM)/Local Authorities (PBT) or Malaysia Co-operative Societies Commission (SKM).

  • Operating Duration: The business should be operating for at least six months.

  • Annual Turnover: Must have an annual turnover of an average of at least RM50,000.

  • Previous Grants: MSMEs/Cooperatives must not have received previous Digitalisation Matching Grants.

What are the required documents?

  • Identification: Copy of identity card or passport of director(s)/partner(s)/proprietor(s), whichever is applicable.

  • Business License: Business registration documents/SSM business profile/SKM registration docs.

  • Financial Documents: Latest audited accounts, management accounts, or latest two-month bank statements.

  • Invoice: Invoice/quotation issued by Digitalisation Partners.

Frequently Asked Questions

I’ve received a Digitalisation Matching Grant in the past. Can I still apply?

No, MSMEs or cooperatives that have received a Digitalisation Matching Grant in the past are not eligible for the MSME Digital Grant MADANI.

What is the maximum amount I can apply for under this grant?

The grant covers 50% of the invoiced amount or up to RM5,000.00 for each eligible MSME or cooperative to implement digitalisation.

How much do I need to pay upfront?

MSME must pay the remaining invoice amount (after deducting the grant) to the Digitalisation Partner via Funding Societies’ payment services within 14 days. Upon service delivery, Digitalisation Partners will receive 50% of the total invoice amount or up to RM5,000

How long does the application process take?

The application process duration can take up to 3 working days. After you submit your application, it will be reviewed for approval. You will be notified via email about the status of your application.

What documents are needed to apply for the grant?

You will need to provide a completed online application form, NRIC copy of the Owner/Director/Partner, business registration license/SSM business profile, and your latest audited/management accounts or latest two-month bank statements.

What happens if my application is approved?

If your application is approved, you will be notified via email. You are then required to pay the remaining invoice amount (after deducting the subsidy) within 14 days. Upon successful payment, your Digitalisation Partner will commence delivering the service.

How do I make the payment?

You will receive an email with a unique payment link. You are required to make the payment via the payment link.

What happens if I fail to make the payment within the specified period?

If you fail to make the payment within the specified period, your grant approval will be automatically cancelled and you would have to reapply for the grant.

How will I be informed about the progress of my application status?

You will be notified via email about the progress of your application status.

Can I apply for more than one type of service under this initiative?

Yes, you can apply for up to three types of digital services under the MSME Digital Grant MADANI.