TTIP & Catax supporting UK company grant bids
Updated: May 1, 2021
TTIP, the global innovation consulting, training and networking group, and Catax, experts in R&D and patent box tax relief and grant sourcing, have partnered to offer UK companies unparalleled support in making your next collaborative R&D grant bid and project a success.
UK Government Funding Competition ISCF TFI: large collaborative R&D projects (Deadline 10th March).
UK registered businesses can apply for a share of up to £8 million for research and development projects to improve the productivity and competitiveness of UK foundation industries.
The TTIP team’s world class expertise in Advanced Materials and Project Management, and Catax’s expertise in Grant Sourcing, Bid Writing and Grant Claims are the ideal skill set to ensure success for both project bid and delivery for this latest round of government funding, where UK registered businesses can apply for a share of up to £8 million for research and development projects to improve the productivity and competitiveness of UK foundation industries, including cement, paper, glass, ceramics, metals and chemicals. Your project must work on resource and energy efficiency challenges common to two or more of the foundation industries.
Closes: 10th March 2021 (11:00)
Applicants notified: 3rd May 2021
Project start: 1st September 2021 (12-24 month duration)
Projects to be led by a UK registered business of any size, collaborating with other UK registered businesses.
Consortia must include two businesses of any size from at least two foundation industry sectors.
R&D work must be carried out in the UK and project results exploited from or in the UK.
Subcontractors preferably UK based, with costs justified and appropriate to the eligible project costs. For overseas subcontractors, a case must be made as to why no UK-based subcontractor can be used.
Subsidy Control funding rules apply.
For further information or to discuss a project idea please contact us at email@example.com or visit www.ttipglobal.com/projectmgmt for more details.