This is the entry form for the Mobility Unlimited Challenge.
By completing this form, you are competing for a $500,000 Finalist Development Grant to create a prototype capable of user demonstrations and an accompanying business plan. Your entry will be assessed against the judging criteria.
Before you submit an entry, ensure that you meet the eligibility criteria. Also read the Innovator Handbook, Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) and the terms and conditions. When filling out the form, read the questions and the associated guidance.
If you have any further questions beyond the FAQs and Terms and Conditions, email email@example.com.
The deadline for entries is 15 August 2018, at 23.59 BST.
Entries will be assessed based on their potential against the judging criteria. The entry form provides us with an overview of your idea and how you would create your prototype with the support of a Finalist Development Grant.
Please respond directly to the questions. Use concrete examples and/or evidence to back up your statements, wherever possible.
There are 4 sections in the entry form:
Your Details - These details will be used for our records and to contact the team.
Your Entry - This summarizes the idea behind your proposed device. You will be assessed on your entry.
Your Development Proposal - This outlines the action plan for how will you use the Finalist Development Grant. You will be assessed on your development proposal.
Program Evaluation Questions - These questions will be used for internal evaluation of the Challenge. You will NOT be assessed on these questions.
The Discovery Awards will support teams with great ideas and talent that might have little to no funding right now. If you require funding to help you develop and submit your entry form for a Finalist Development Grant, apply for a Discovery Award. Ten teams will be awarded a $50,000 Discovery Award.
If your team is ready to enter the Mobility Unlimited Challenge, complete the Finalist Development Grant form below. Applying for a Discovery Award is optional and NOT a prerequisite.