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Admission requirements

Cyberport Creative Micro Fund —
Hong Kong programme admission requirements

There are two streams for local applicants. Each aims to encourage digital innovation among a particular segment of the community.

CCMF (Hong Kong) Professional Stream

Open to applicants aged 18 or above upon the application deadline. An application can be submitted by an individual or a company.

Individual applicants must be Hong Kong Permanent ID card holders. Non-Hong Kong Permanent ID card holders can only apply as companies registered and incorporated in Hong Kong.

CCMF (Hong Kong) Young Entrepreneur Programme

Open to Hong Kong Permanent ID Card holders aged between 18 and 30 years upon the application deadline.

Applicants must be currently enrolled in a registered post-secondary education institution in Hong Kong – or have graduated from one within the previous three years. If you are of the right age, but don’t hold a Hong Kong Permanent ID card, you can apply as a Hong Kong incorporated and registered company.

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.

Project requirements

Cyberport Creative Micro Fund (CCMF) is only available for digital tech related projects. The proposed project must not and will not receive funding from other publicly-funded organisations and programmes that provide similar support to the CCMF.

For more information, please refer to Guides and Notes for the Applicants.

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