The Knowledge Transfer Network (KTN) is hosting a 1.5 hour webinar on Monday 14th November to provide innovators from the chemicals sector with an update on Opportunities for the Chemicals Sector under Innovate UK’s Grant Funding Programme - A Grant Winner's Perspective.
About Innovate UK funding
Innovate UK is the UK’s innovation agency with a core budget of £561m for 2016/17 to fund, support and grow business-led innovation in the UK. The Innovate UK Delivery Plan 2016/17 introduced a new, simpler sector grouping to funding programmes and commits to running two ‘open’ competitions per year from any sector, as well as two broad competitions per year from the following sector groups:
Emerging & Enabling Technologies
Health & Life Sciences
Manufacturing & Materials
Find out more in the webinar
If you are innovator from the chemicals sector and would like to learn more about:
Which of these competitions are relevant to me, including the upcoming Manufacturing & Materials Round 2 Competition?
What are the benefits of grant funding and how it can help grow your business?
How KTN can help you to make the most of these grant funding opportunities?
Then please join us for this webinar where you can hear from KTN experts and also hear a grant winners perspective from David Randall, former R&D Manager of Chemoxy International. Chemoxy is an innovative contract manufacturer employing more than 130 people at its site in Teesside and has been successful in securing a number of funding grants to supports its innovation projects. David will share his perspectives on opportunities and challenges in applying for Innovate UK grant funding.
Who should attend?
R&D Managers, BD Managers and innovators from businesses, academics and RTOs that operate in the chemicals sector and who are seeking to grow through innovation.
The webinar will last approximately 1 hour, allowing 30 minutes for Q&A from webinar participants at the end.
What: Opportunities for the Chemicals Sector under Innovate UK’s Grant Funding Programme - A Grant Winner's Perspective.
When: Monday 14th November, 14:00-15:30