Inviting all Innovators and Saudi Entrepreneurs
Do you have a passion in the areas of Aerospace Innovation and Entrepreneurship?
This is your chance to take your idea or business to the next level.
Visit the website to complete the registration form
Watch videos related to building your business model and answer the questions in the fields below
After filling in all the fields, save your business model and submit
|July – November 2017|
|Mid – July||Registration Opens and Application Submissions Starts|
|4 Webinars (dates soon to be announced)|
|2 Workshops (dates soon to be announced)|
|15th of November||Registration Closes and Application Submissions Ends|
|30th November||Announcement of the Top 10 Finalists|
|December 2017 – January 2018|
|1st – 17th of Decemeber||Mentoring Session for the Top 10 Finalists|
|17th of December||Final Event Ceremony and Announcement of the Top 3 Winners|
|January||Incubation/Internship of the Top 3 Winners|
Overview about the competition
In line with the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia’s ambitious 2030 innovation strategy and vision, we are pleased to announce the 2nd edition of Entaliq, the aerospace innovation challenge in Saudi Arabia. This program aims to accelerate innovation in the Middle East Aerospace sector and help pioneer new partnerships in order to drive future growth and sustain the region’s aerospace industry.
The winners of the Entaliq challenge will get the opportunity to be coached by experts, mentored by aerospace veterans, and trained on how to develop realistic business plans. These plans will be presented to a judging panel of industry professionals for the possibility of incubating their projects and turning their dream projects into reality.
The challenge was originally launched in September 2016 in Saudi Arabia in partnership with Airbus, TAQNIA Aeronautics and Saudi Arabian Airlines.
Who Can Participate
To enroll in the Entaliq Challenge, participants must meet the following criteria:
To be considered, submissions must involve technologies, innovations, solutions and/or business models that address challenges in aerospace and aviation, including, but not limited to applications in: STEM (science, technology, engineering and math), drones, air traffic management, robotics, big data, artificial intelligence, communications, electronics, energy, clean tech, etc.
For more information regarding the program, partnership or media coverage, please contact us on: email@example.com