The Singapore Economic Development Board (EDB), the lead government agency in charge of industry development, is now on the hunt for innovative, cutting-edge solutions and ideas for major organisations in the region.
If your based in Europe and fit the eligibility criteria, you could be given the chance to pitch and gain access to decision makers of leading Asian organisations like CapitaLand, JG Digital Equity Ventures, Singapore Airlines, Singtel, StarHub, ST Engineering, Olam, Sembcorp, Singapore Post and the Singapore Tourism Board.
In order to qualify and enter the pitch event at the Singapore x Europe Innovation Partnership Forum (SEIPF) on 9-13 Nov 2020 please submit your details via the website here, the deadline for applications is October 2nd 2020.
This one-of-a-kind, demand-led, 100% online pitch competition is one where the Asian companies themselves select the top 50 solutions to pitch as finalists.
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