UK & European funding opportunities for your business

27th February 2018

UK & European funding opportunities for your business

27th February 2018
Leigh Court
Abbots Leigh
United Kingdom
Starts at 1:30pm
Ends at 5:00pm

Are you seeking funding support for your innovation project?

If so come along to this FREE workshop.

This event is one of four expert-led workshops aimed at helping businessesoperating in the energy supply chain. Whether you’re wishing to join this growing sector or looking to develop your network and opportunities further, these workshops will provide you with invaluable advice, opportunity and support.

Despite Brexit, EU funding for innovation remains a priority at local, national and EU levels and there are a number of programmes available to businesses in the short and medium term.

This workshop provides an overview of the funding and grants available from Innovate UK including accessing the Industrial Strategy Challenge Fund, as well as current EU opportunities within Horizon 2020 - Europe’s largest ever Framework programme.

The workshop will cover:

  • An overview on current UK and EU funding opportunities for your innovation

  • Information on funding from the UK’s innovation agency, Innovate UK including the UK’s Industrial Strategy Challenge Fund

  • EU funding opportunities within Horizon 2020, the EU’s largest ever Framework programme with over €70bn funding for innovation between 2014-2020.

  • Horizon 2020’s SME Instrument

  • Eligibility

  • Before you apply – what to consider – is it for you?

  • Making an application – hints, tips and insight into what makes a good application

What you will gain from attending the workshop:

  • Understand the state of play for UK and EU research and development funding

  • Understand whether innovation funding is right for your business

  • Learn about the free support on offer for your business and innovation project

  • Opportunity for Q&A

Please be aware that spaces are prioritised for SME’s with under 250 employees and under £40 million turnover.