FAQS
All ideas should be submitted through the ideas@work website. Fill in all the required fields and attach any necessary supplementary information.

Of course! There are no limits to creativity and innovation. We encourage multiple submissions. The more the merrier!

Yes! The submission form works on PCs and mobile phones – so you can submit ideas on the go.

Nominate a team leader to submit the idea. You can fill in the names of the other team members in the submission form.

You can submit ideas all-year round. To qualify for the 2020 awards, your idea must have been accepted by a department and implementation must have begun before 30 Jun. So get your ideas in early!

Of course! You can submit ideas for any department, including those in other regions.

No worries, just guess! The number will be used for reference only by the panel; and as with any project, costs will fluctuate when things kick off for real.

Definitely! We welcome ideas that are already in progress and are a part of your work. Our goal is to encourage innovation anytime, anywhere; and not just during ideas@work.

Nope, the respective department will put in the resources to make your idea a reality. However, you can be involved if you want to. Just remember to state this clearly in your submission. Tip: You’ll have a much higher chance of winning the big prize if your project is progressing well. So submit early, and push for results!

You can submit your idea in English, as well as Traditional or Simplified Chinese.

You’ll be notified by either email or SMS. You’ll also be able to track your idea’s progress on the ideas@work website.

Yes! You’ll also be able to track your idea’s progress on the ideas@work website. Use the link sent to you when you submitted an idea.

If your idea is initially selected, it’ll be up for a department-level prize. If you’re gunning for the big prize – all projects submitted by 30 Jun will be eligible for review by the final ideas@work judging panel. Projects will be judged based on impact, creativity and progress.

Once your idea has been accepted by a department, they’ll put together a project team. Each department will implement an idea in their own way; however, you can be involved if you want to. Just remember to state this clearly in your submission.

Ideas will be judged on their impact, creativity, degree of theme alignment and progress. The final ideas@work judging panel will review ideas submitted before 30 Jun. The final awards ceremony will be in September.