MSP Grant Funding Clinic with GrantTree and The University of Manchester

  • 04 July 2019
  • 12:00 - 14:00
  • Tech Incubator
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MSP Grant Funding Clinic with GrantTree and The University of Manchester

Please note that this advice clinic is exclusive to MSP customers.

Find the right grant funding for your business and ensure your application meets Innovate UK’s criteria.

With an 80% success rate in Innovate UK’s programmes, GrantTree and the University of Manchester will host an intimate clinic to prepare attendees to make a successful application to Europe’s major grant funding bodies.

GrantTree and the University of Manchester’s specialist team will:

The session will consist of a 2-hour workshop and lunch with Dr Guy Rickett, Innovate UK assessor, to support attendees in meeting the required standard. 30 minute one-to-one sessions will then be available to run through your specific project and concerns with making an application. If you are interested in this please email elisse.grady@mspl.co.uk to arrange a suitable time slot.

GrantTree’s team of scientists, engineers and consultants have come together with the leading academic institution, the University of Manchester, to partner with the most innovative and progressive technology companies in the North West.

GrantTree

GrantTree has supported more than 500 organisations to distil complex concepts into compelling and engaging commercial value propositions, resulting in over £80 million in funds raised.

Deploying our collective skill set we have a demonstrable track record with Innovate UK, H2020, DASA, SRI, ESA, Catalyst, ISCF and other business-led innovation funding mechanisms.

University of Manchester

The University of Manchester’s knowledge exchange services employ world-leading research to strengthen UK businesses and increase economic growth.

The KE team have designed a comprehensive range of flexible knowledge exchange mechanisms to fit your business requirements and enable SMEs to work closely with leading academics and researchers.

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