For the purpose of the Event, the event organiser shall at its own cost and expense maintain and/or cause to be maintained insurance policy(ies) with an insurance company duly licensed in Singapore or an international insurance company acceptable to the venue owner (aka “Licensor”).
The policy(ies) must provide for:
The policy(ies) must include:
The Licensee must give the Licensor satisfactory documentary evidence of the policy(ies) and the receipt for the premium paid in respect of the policy(ies) at any time immediately on demand.
Fireworks are normally done for large scale national events in Singapore. There are designated areas that you can organise fireworks. Event organisers are advised to contact an approved fireworks vendor for assistance in obtaining the necessary permits with the relevant authorities.
For information on intellectual property in Singapore, visit Intellectual Property Office of Singapore.
Yes, as with most countries, there are controlled goods and prohibited items such as firecrackers, chewing gum, reproduction of copyright publications. Please refer to the relevant authorities for more information:
Generally no, if they are not considered ‘Commercial Goods’. For specific enquiry or to obtain more information you can refer to:
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*Note: This only applies to travellers bringing in the goods by hand, i.e. check-in or hand carry. For freight or shipment, the courier will handle the necessary procedures and advise their clients accordingly.
Yes, if your speaker is a non-resident. You are required to withhold a percentage of that payment and pay the amount withheld to IRAS. The amount withheld is called withholding tax. More information on withholding tax can be found here.
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