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Hello Tomorrow Global Challenge 2023 invite application from eligible candidates

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Hello Tomorrow Global Challenge, a challenge with the mission of harnessing the potential of advanced technologies to address the most complex global issues, has started receiving applications for the 2023 edition.

Since 2014, Hello Tomorrow has orchestrated the prestigious international startup competition named the Global Challenge, tailor-made to meet the needs of emerging deep tech ventures across all industries.

This challenge extends an opportunity to aspiring deep tech and science-oriented entrepreneurs from across the globe to secure non-dilutive funding, garner global exposure, and establish connections with influential stakeholders in the deep tech landscape. Prior victors and contenders have successfully secured funding exceeding US$3 billion.

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In this year’s iteration, startup enterprises are invited to submit their applications in diverse categories encompassing aerospace, digital health, energy, environment and biodiversity, food and agriculture, as well as sustainable construction and infrastructure.

Applications are already open and run till September 22.

Click here to apply.

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