Eureka is the world’s biggest intergovernmental network for international cooperation in R&D and innovation.
The Singapore-Turkey Eureka Bilateral Call supports R&D and collaborative innovation projects between Singapore and Turkey. Companies are invited to submit joint project proposals on a new product, process or solution that can be rapidly commercialised in global markets with a civilian purpose.
The project consortium must involve at least one company from Singapore and one company from Turkey, independent from each other. Each project partner should contribute no more than 70% of the total project contribution.
Under this programme, Enterprise Singapore will support up to 70% of the Singaporean company’s total qualifying project costs. To be eligible for support, the applicant must fulfil ALL of the following:
An info webinar will be held in due course to provide further information on how you can participate, the public funding available for your business and how you can find project partners. Singapore companies that are keen to participate in this call are highly encouraged to attend. Check out this space again for more information.
LOOKING FOR AN SME PROJECT PARTNER?
If you would like to seek a partner to jointly collaborate on a project under this call, please get in touch with us by clicking on the 'Make an Enquiry' button below. Prior to this, you may wish to contact your funding agency to confirm on your eligibility to participate in the call.
You may also check out some of the opportunities on the IPI Online Marketplace, and the opportunities from Turkey and Singapore on the Enterprise Europe Network website, subject to the eligibility criteria.
LIST YOUR PROJECT OPPORTUNITY
A portal is in the midst of being set up to list out projects and facilitate partnerships. You may request your project to be listed by clicking here.
Prior to this, you may wish to contact your funding agency to confirm on your eligibility to participate in the call.
Projects that do not involve any co-development or R&D cooperation. Testing and validation of technologies without any co-development would also not be eligible.