[Call for Proposal] Launch of SIIRD CFP for R&D projects between Singapore and Israel enterprises
Singapore-Israel Industrial R&D Foundation (SIIRD) has launched the call for proposals for SIIRD funding of R&D and pilot projects across all technological sectors. The current call for application is currently open and ends 2 August 2021.
The programme will be interesting for companies who already have partners in Israel, or even companies who are interested in looking for partners in Israel to collaborate.
Background Information of SIIRD
The Singapore-Israel Industrial R&D Foundation (SIIRD) is a co-operation between Enterprise Singapore and the Israel Innovation Authority to promote, facilitate and support joint industrial R&D projects between companies from Israel and Singapore, which would lead to successful commercialization. To date, SIIRD has approved 182 joint projects.
SIIRD supports in 2 ways:
- Match-make Singapore-based and Israel-based companies with similar technological interest for joint R&D collaboration.
- Provide funding for joint R&D and pilot projects across all technological sectors.
SIIRD Funding of Projects
- Joint R&D Projects between Singapore and Israeli companies across all technological sectors to develop or enhance new/existing technologies: up to US$1M in co-funding of joint R&D activities
- Joint Pilot Projects between Singapore and Israeli companies across all technological sectors to testbed or deploy existing technologies: up to US$1M in co-funding of piloting activities
- Agrifood or healthtech projects will be assessed under the Sector Track, where projects in can qualify for up to US$1.5m in co-funding for joint R&D projects.
SIIRD Tech Matchmaking
- Through the SIIRD Partner Search, SIIRD connects Singapore companies and Israeli companies looking to collaborate over an R&D and/or a pilot project. Companies looking for partners can apply to our partner search platform.
Project applications will be administered and evaluated by the SIIRD office. Funding will also come under SIIRD’s budget. The SIIRD website (https://www.siird.com) also has more information on eligibility criteria and support.