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womidea.com – Hyundai Motor Group is holding the ‘Hyundai Startup Challenge 2022’ to encourage the development of impactful social enterprises and solve social problems. Such as the environmental sector, employment, electric vehicles, and health in Indonesia.

This year’s Hyundai Startup Challenge will be attended by 826 teams and there will be 15 winning teams with a total prize of 176 million Won or equivalent to Rp. 2.070 billion. The 15 teams will also receive consulting guidance from experts during the program and a business development grant of 9 million Won or the equivalent of Rp. 105.8 million.

Vice President of Hyundai Motor Asia Pacific Headquarters, Lee Kang Hyun said, Hyundai Motor Company’s commitment to continue to help solve social problems in Indonesia.

“Along with the closer cooperation between Indonesia and Hyundai, I believe that the values ​​brought by HSC will also continue to increase,” he said. Jakarta.

He continued, Hyundai Motor Company will continue to help solve Indonesia’s social problems through creative and innovative ways, as well as contributing to fostering young entrepreneurs in various fields.

Director of Applications, Games, TV and Radio of the Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economy/Tourism and Creative Economy Agency, Iman Santosa added, the works of these winners are very important to increase the capacity for the development of the digital economy in the future.

“Digital networking capabilities and advantages possessed by the younger generation must always be independent, creative, collaborative, innovative, and understand technology in order to be able to compete in the 5.0 era, thereby further strengthening the digital ecosystem in Indonesia.”

As for several winners of the Hyundai Start-up Challenge, namely the first winner of the Hear Me team, with work that can improve accessibility for deaf people in everyday life through the development of a sign language translation/interpretation application, managed to get a prize of 32 million won.

The second winner is Syams, whose work aims to empower local communities, making traditional Indonesian handicrafts through recycling that attract attention. Shams won a prize of 16 million won.

The third winner, Algobash with the work of Enabler e-commerce working on a technology-based platform to support the digital workforce, completing the educational gap through the training of Indonesian programmers and this question-and-answer platform, managed to get a prize of 8 million won.



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