Frequently asked questions

Who is eligible to participate?

We are looking for startups that have already developed a solution that can be adapted to our needs. Startups can be located anywhere in the world, but must have an interest to develop their solutions with the organisations in Singapore after the Challenge.

How can I participate?

To participate, please complete the application procedure hereon or before Monday, 17 August, 2359h (SGT). Please note that the deadline has been extended. Submissions will thereafter be evaluated, and finalists selected. Each company will only be shortlisted for one challenge statement. Selected companies shall designate a representative to present at Demo Day.

How many challenge statements can a company submit proposals for?

You may submit applications to one or more challenge statements. Please make sure your solution adequately addresses the challenge statement(s) you have chosen. However, please note that each company will only be shortlisted for one challenge statement.

How will the Challenge proceed in light of the COVID-19 situation?

We appreciate that participants may be concerned about the COVID-19 situation. These are tough times, but we firmly believe that we should continue to innovate. That’s why we’re excited to proceed with the Singapore Mobility Challenge this year. We are monitoring the evolving COVID-19 situation in Singapore. The safety of our participants is paramount, and we will comply with all directives from the Ministry of Health to ensure it. Technology enables us to conduct the first phase of the Challenge entirely online. Participants can submit applications and be evaluated remotely. As for subsequent events, we will assess the evolving situation and keep you informed of the next steps.
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What is the business opportunity for the Singapore Mobility Challenge?

The organisers are looking to build tangible, win-win outcomes for both startups and the organisers. Based on the results of the initial proofs of concept, the top 6 would have the opportunities to further negotiate a paid pilot project with the organisers.