Eureka Singapore-Türkiye Bilateral Call

About this programme

The 2nd Eureka Singapore-Türkiye Bilateral Call is jointly administered by Enterprise Singapore and TÜBİTAK. This programme aims to encourage the development of ready-to-market solutions for products, technology-based services or methods that have strong commercial potential.

Singapore companies keen to embark on joint innovation projects with Turkish companies can now receive support by participating in a joint call for proposals for Singapore-Türkiye technological R&D projects.


The Scientific and Technological Research Council of Türkiye (TÜBİTAK) is the leading agency for management, funding and conduct of research in Turkey. It was established in 1963 with a mission to advance science and technology, conduct research and support Turkish researchers. TÜBİTAK is responsible for promoting, developing, organising, conducting and coordinating research and development in line with national targets and priorities.

TÜBİTAK supports innovation, academic and industrial R&D studies, develops scientific and technological policies, and manages R&D institutes, carrying on research, technology and development studies. Furthermore, TÜBİTAK funds research projects carried out in universities and other public and private organisations, conducts research on strategic areas, develops support programs for public and private sectors, publishes scientific journals, popular science magazines and books, organises science and society activities and supports undergraduate and graduate students through scholarships.


The project consortium must involve at least one company from Singapore and one company from Türkiye. All companies should be independent from each other. Each project partner should contribute no more than 70% of the total project contribution.

All Singapore companies must meet all of the following eligibility criteria in order to apply:

  • Business entity registered and operating in Singapore
  • Company has at least 30% local equity held directly or indirectly by Singaporean(s) and/or Singapore PR(s), determined by the ultimate individual ownership
  • Company is financially ready to start and complete the project
  • Companies must cooperate on a joint innovation project that will focus on developing innovative products and applications within civilian purposes


To submit an application, both Singapore companies and their foreign partner(s) have to submit a joint application through the Eureka SmartSimple platform.

In addition, Singapore companies must also complete the following procedures:

  1. Fill in the preliminary assessment form here by 15 September 2024
  2. Thereafter, when notified, submit the full application via the Business Grants Portal (BGP) by 30 September 2024, with the following documents:
    • Latest ACRA business profile (retrieved within six months from application date)
    • Applicant’s latest and previous two years audited financial statements (Company and Group level), or official management account
    • Supplementary Project Proposal Form (please find the template here)  
    • Relevant key quotations (e.g. equipment and software, materials and consumables, professional services)

*Concurrently, all foreign partner companies will have to adhere to the additional application requirements outlined by their respective countries’ funding agencies. Both agency-specific submissions and the Eureka SmartSimple applications have to be completed for the application to be considered complete.

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