35 000 € in prizes!
What is it?
How to apply?
- Do you have a relevant idea for SmartCities?
- How is this idea linked to the SmartCities (or SafeCities and/or Internet of Things)?
- What is the impact/value of your idea?
- Tell us more about your personal and professional background.
You don’t need to be a developer!
Do you have a brilliant idea, a product concept, do you consider building a new App or do you already have the alpha App? If your idea is relevant for SmartCities, the InnoApps Competition is for you!
Bear in mind that:
- Technical skills are not necessary!
- The state of the development of the App (idea, product concept, build / alpha) is not the deciding point for selection.
The candidate will submit their applications regarding their suitability for the challenge. The simple application procedure consists of an online form (or a video presentation). EYIF together with Huawei and Jury Members will shortlist the candidates. The short-listed candidates are invited to Brussels for a two-day hackathon.
This InnoApps edition will feature two prizes:
- Winner – 20.000 EUR
- Runners-Up – 15.000 EUR
More information about the final event will soon be released.
You’ll get people’s support when you show them how strongly you believe in the success of your project. You have to be proud of your product and show this to others. When you truly believe in it, so will your clients and investors!Dawid Cieślak
My communications skills have been improved since the InnoApps Final in 2015 and I gained useful skills for my future through the different stages of the competition. This experience changed completely my way of thinking and this is the main reason I can only be thankful for the InnoApps challenge.Levente Slajchó
InnoApps was one of the best organised competitions I attended due to three reasons; folks were down to earth, coaches were competent and networking was fantastic. The visibility at InnoApps brought me an investment from Catenate Group – we just launched a joint AI Innovation LabIrman Abdić
I’ve learned how to make a better pitch and eventually convince investors. I believe good ideas are worth sharing, and pitching is an indispensable part of development. I have to tell others and convince them it’s a great idea. Only through this can we really make something happenYanzhong Li
Building a startup requires a special kind of thinking. Instead of feeling like a carefully planned business, it feels more like a roller coster. In this competition I learned a lot from established people in the industry that took my ideas and helped me refine them into a valuable product. Come prepared to learn, keep an open mind!Andrei Diaconu