China (Shenzhen) Innovation & Entrepreneurship International Competition is one of the most influence global innovation competition every year. This year 7 countries are involved, Australia, Canada, Germany, Japan, Spain, USA and UK.
We are looking for talent projects who are specialised in Internet and Mobile Internet, Electronic Science and Technology, Biology and Life Science and Technology, Advanced Manufacturing, and Materials and Energy (including Energy Conservation and Environmental Protection).
It is a very rewardable competition, 6 winners from 20 selected team in the Australia division final will won cash reward from $6,000 to $ 20,000 AUD. Moreover, Top 2 teams from the 5 industries mentioned above will fly to Shenzhen China to attend the global final. (Travel and accommodation sponsored by Shenzhen Organising Committee).
If your projects are related to Artificial Intelligence or Internet of Things, you can have an extra chance to attend the global final in Shenzhen. You can select this option when you fill the application online. If you are selected from these two groups, you will directly fly to Shenzhen to attend the global final.
In the global final, you will compete with winners from the other 6 countries. The global final winners will get a cash reward up to $200,000 AUD. Not only that, winners will be eligible for a series of government grant and gain attention from more than 200 venture capitals from China, if the winners are interested to set up a branch in Shenzhen.
The competition is receiving application now. Applicants can visit http://apply.itcsz.cn/elogin-sydney2020-en to sign up and submit the application.
Due to the coronavirus, the due date is postponed (Original date is 29th Feb).
We suggest the applicants start to fill in the application now, you will have longer time to prepare your project information.
We are proudly announced this competition is supported by City of Melbourne, Austrade, Latrobe University, Richlink capital and etc.
Wish all the applicants will have a good result from the completion. Good Luck.
Australia organising committee