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Southeast Asia Cleantech - Canadian Technology Accelerators

Do you want to scale up your cleantech or smart cities technology in Southeast Asia? The region is looking to maximize resource efficiency, improve access to necessities such as water and energy, incorporate climate change resilience in infrastructure and more. The CTA in Southeast Asia is a global business development program that can help you can access growth opportunities in Singapore, Vietnam, Malaysia, and the Philippines.

Due to COVID-19 travel restrictions, we are currently offering our CTA programs virtually. In-market programming will resume based on advice from public health agencies once travel restrictions are lifted.

Important dates

Application deadlineProgram datesApplications status
September 18, 2020October 19, 2020 to March 5, 2021Closed

Who should apply

We are looking for smart cities or cleantech technologies or products in one the following areas:

Circular economy

Energy efficiency

We are seeking Canadian innovators who have:

The TCS supports equality and diversity in trade. We strongly encourage companies led by Canadians of all backgrounds and orientations to apply.

What we offer 

Upon acceptance to this CTA program, you will access:

Programming

The program will offer support virtually from October to March 2021, including a mandatory on-boarding session and market briefing. You will take part in virtual meetings and sessions including:

Applications are now closed

What you will gain

Graduates of this CTA will walk away with a deeper understanding of the opportunities for their technology in Southeast Asia and initial conversations with potential clients, partners and investors.

Contact us

Learn more about CTA Southeast Asia by contacting:

 

Tegan Watson
Trade Commissioner, Canadian Technology
Accelerator Singapore
(tegan.watson@international.gc.ca)

For general inquiries on the CTA program, please contact the CTA Coordination Team.

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