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Hong Kong Programme

Cyberport Creative Micro Fund —
Hong Kong programme
HK$100,000 cash grant to realise your idea

Cyberport Creative Micro Fund (CCMF) encourage innovation and creativity by sponsoring high potential digital tech start-up projects and business ideas.

Successful applicants receive a HK$100,000 grant over six months to produce proof of concepts and prototypes.

Programme benefit

Apart from cash grant, CCMF gives you access to Cyberport’s extensive resources and support for innovators and entrepreneurs, including:

Mentorship and
business advice

Business development and investment connections

A local and global
business network

Publicity and promotion

Industry recognition
and validation

Alumni network and
peer support

Successful completion of CCMF programme may increase your chance of acceptance to our Cyberport Incubation Programme.

How it works

You can apply to join the programme by completing a brief form in which you outline your idea. Cyberport takes no ownership of any of your assets or intellectual property. Successful applicants receive a HK$100,000 grant for expenses related to product development.

You will need to implement your project within six months. During this time you must submit interim and final reports. The grant is disbursed in three stages.

Stage 1

HK$10,000

Received upon signing the CCMF agreement

Stage 2

HK$45,000

Received upon approval of the interim report

Stage 3

HK$45,000

Received upon project completion and approval of the final report

Meet our startups

CCMF participants have launched numerous exciting and meaningful projects including:

GoGoVan

An app that connects van drivers with customers to provide efficient logistics services on demand.

oneCHARGE

Provide all-in-one Electric Vehicle (EV) charging solution, specialized in EV charging equipment, infrastructure, Saas platform and development etc.

LULIO

An app that lets teens anonymously track and measure their mental health.

Remarks: Applicants are required to submit online applications via Cyberport Entrepreneurship Management System.

Please check out the CCMF Guides and Notes for Applicants before submission.

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