Introduction About SVIEF Top30 Innovation Awards

The Silicon Valley Innovation & Entrepreneurship Forum cordially invites individuals, companies, and organizations world-wide to apply for the 2019 SVIEF Top 30 Innovation Awards, an annual program that celebrates the top innovation ideas that will change the tomorrow.

This year, we’re looking for technological breakthroughs across 9 categories including AI, IOT, Biotech, Smart Material and Sustainable Energy, Smart Home, Vehicle Intelligence and Self-driving Technology, SAAS and Mobile Internet, Robotics and Wearable Technologies. Innovations should go far beyond marginal improvements in existing products and services. An elite panel of judges composed with the SVIEF Chairmen and Chairwomen, the SVIEF Advisory Board and the SVIEF Organizing Committee will review submissions. Winners will be awarded at the 2019 SVIEF Tech Night Award Ceremony on September 7th.

Benefits Why Apply

  • Get advertised on SVIEF website and Newsletter with company introduction and logo
  • Enjoy the benefits of joining SVIEF Membership Club
  • Gain speaker and panelist opportunity on SVIEF stage and major events organized by SVIEF
  • Get access to SVIEF business matchmaking and networking events
  • Build connections with prestigious angel investors /VCs
  • Build valuable and meaningful connections with the most influential business leaders
  • Gain exposure to international opportunities
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About the Awards Information

  • Filling out the form with any supporting documentation by Aug 10, 2019, 6 p.m. (PST).
  • Supporting documents are optional but highly recommended. Acceptable materials include research papers, examples of media coverage and testimonials from third-party sources or customers, short video presentations, etc.
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  • Does the project involves technology breakthroughs or pioneering ideas or process in its field?
  • Does it go beyond marginal improvements on things that already exists?
  • Will it have a wide impact and the potential of commercialization in its field or on future technology?

  • Medical innovations requiring FDA approval in the U.S. (or the equivalent in other countries) should have received such approval before being submitted to this contest. We will not consider innovations that are still in clinical trials because the eventual outcome of the trials is unknown.
  • For questions, please contact SVIEF at info@svtic.com