The number of those SMEs that fit into the new categories of ventures, technology innovation businesses, and management innovation businesses have soared in short time after implementing the official certification system for each. But those certified firms have shown somewhat disappointing performance. Hence, public attention and policy focus have recently shifted their gravity from simply increasing the quantity of those firms to actually enhancing the competitiveness of those firms. With these background, the main purpose of this research is to derive useful implications applied for policy-making. This research begins with the assumption that each category of ``Ventures``, ``Technology Innovation Businesses``, and ``Management Innovation Businesses`` would have difference in terms of financial performances. Thus, this research implemented ANOVA(variance analysis) test to see the difference among the three categories upon financial index related to ``Growth Potential``, ``Profitability`` and ``Productivity``.