Cash payment procedure to affected companies "G Biz ID" is not required The Small and Medium Enterprise Agency, April 10, 18:12
In response to the spread of the new coronavirus, the Small Business Administration will use an account called "G Biz ID" required for electronic application of government subsidies for a system to provide cash of up to 2 million yen to SMEs this time We call for not going out unnecessarily in search of seal proof.
The government has decided to provide cash of up to 2 million yen to small and medium-sized businesses and up to 1 million yen to sole proprietors so that companies affected by the new coronavirus can continue their business.
Regarding the procedures required to receive benefits, we are preparing to make electronic applications using the Internet to prevent the spread of infection, but we will use "J Grants" to apply for national subsidies through SNS etc. The information that the called system is used is circulating, and there are noticeable posts calling for the acquisition of an account called "G Biz ID" necessary for using the system.
However, according to the Small and Medium Enterprise Agency, it is not using "J Grants" when applying for new benefits, so an official Twitter call for not to go out unnecessarily in search of a seal seal required for account acquisition etc. I am.
The Small and Medium Business Administration will publish the application procedure promptly on its website after the supplementary budget is established.