Thinking about accessing grant funding but don’t know how; don’t have the time; or you’re worried about getting it right?
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Our team of experienced bid writers have a proven track record and a 76% success rate across a vast range of funding schemes and can assist you in identifying and applying into the right scheme for your project. We have successfully helped our clients be awarded £19.9 million in grants over the last 12 months.
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Not only do we provide comprehensive end-to-end bid writing, we offer workshops and consultancy to help you collect the information needed for your application; we can perform market research to fill in any knowledge gaps; we can review your application before submission, giving advice and annotations to maximise your chance of success; we can also review previously unsuccessful applications and associated feedback in order to make changes, ready for resubmission.
For UK organisations planning to undertake R&D, there are a number of schemes offering grant funding to support innovative projects. The main streams of funding are administered by Innovate UK and Horizon 2020.
Innovate UK is the UK’s innovation agency, working within the UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) to drive productivity and economic growth by supporting businesses to develop and realise the potential of new ideas.
Throughout each year, they release a series of themed calls aligning with the Industrial Strategy Challenge Fund (ISCF), and open funding and loans competitions to stimulate R&D and innovation.
Horizon 2020 operates a number of different competitions including the SME Instrument, FastTrack to Innovation (FTI) and other sector-focused funding opportunities that will run until 2020.
Competitions are released in multiannual work programmes set out by the European Commission usually with multiple phases and deadlines.