Shape Asia’s tomorrow by sharing your game-changing ideas to create a positive impact in Asia and beyond.

Hack.Asia is now back with its 2022 edition!
Participate now by clicking on the link below:


Join Hack.Asia to Shape Asia's Tomorrow

If you have great ideas, energy, and a passion to make a positive impact, join Hack.Asia to shape Asia's tomorrow!


As it is home to more than half the world’s population and nearly half of the world’s middle class, Asia is predicted to have a very bright future.  

Sustainable growth is the key, and fresh ideas around the future of commerce, urban mobility, and other issues are needed.

Jardine Matheson and Daimler launched Hack.Asia to invite student entrepreneurs and innovators to develop technology-driven solutions that address current challenges faced by our companies. Hack.Asia will feature as part of the DigitalLife@Daimler Campus Global Hackathon Series. 


Given our reach, access to resources, and renowned entrepreneurial spirit, we are well-positioned to adopt transformative ideas throughout Asia, and beyond.

Are you up for the challenge?


Create the supply chain of the future where customers are assured that what they order online will be delivered first time, on time, every time.
[Open to participants in South East Asia]
Smarter, cooler, greener – develop new software and hardware solutions to help cool buildings more efficiently and sustainably.
[Open to participants in South East Asia]
Reimagine the future of automotive using customer data analytics to find more profitable ways to attract, entertain, retain and upgrade drivers of our brands across Southeast Asia. 
[Open to participants in South East Asia]
Use the power of social media data and analytics to better identify leasing customers in the automotive industry  
[Open to participants in Singapore only]
Shaping the future of mobility using more shared mobility services
[Open to participants in Singapore only]
Make learning information security fun through gamification and augmented reality
[Open to participants in Singapore only]








Up to ten teams per challenge will be selected as finalists based on how well their solution solves the challenge.
Finalist teams will be invited and sponsored to participate in the two-day Hack.Asia in Singapore. During the hackathon, teams will further develop their concept and be mentored by industry experts.




One team per challenge will be declared the winner and awarded with SGD 2,500 cash prize and the chance to undertake potential internships to further develop the idea




Two teams across all the Hack.Asia challenges will also be awarded the grand prize - a sponsored trip to exhibit their idea at the Four Years From Now startup conference (4YFN) in February 2020, in Barcelona, Spain.