Do you have an idea worthy of Innovate UK funding, or need help with your application? Get mentoring and bid writing support to help you secure the funding you need to develop your project or idea.
Innovation funding can help you take your business to the next level, whether you’re looking to develop a new product or expand into a new market.
But getting the funding can be a complicated process and take a lot of time, especially if you have a smaller business. We’re here to help you submit a strong application and increase your chances of getting funding.
If you’ve applied for Innovate UK funding before but didn’t get it, apply today and we can help you in your next bid. We can also help support you work on an early concept idea.
Businesses must be based in Norfolk or Suffolk.
You will need to put the time and effort in. Your mentor and bid writing coach offer advice and support, but they won’t do your product research or application for you.
We might also ask you to do a bit of promo work for the project once you’ve taken part. When our project helps you win your funding, we’ll want to shout about it.
We explore your business aims and ambitions so we can match you with mentors or bid writing coaches. They will help you to develop your ideas and reach the stage where you’re ready to apply for innovation funding.
The project helps a variety of business types, from sole traders to micro, small and medium businesses. If you have an idea that could be worthy of innovation funding, we can help you!
Our mentors and bid writing coaches can help identify appropriate grants for you. Then, coach your business in the art of bid writing, helping you develop your funding application.
Alongside our mentors and coaches, we have expert project partners on hand to give you specialist sector advice or academic expertise for your project.
Your business ideas will be treated in strict confidence. Applicants, mentors and coaches all sign non-disclosure agreements (NDAs) at the start of the project.
Official Website: Innovation grant mentoring project