Cambridge Innovation Solutions Ltd
We are an innovation support consultancy and can help with the development of innovation support initiatives including innovation centres, innovation advisory services, science parks, knowledge transfer initiatives, access to finance programmes etc.
|Telephone:||+44 (0)7718 520 168|
|Address:||St John's Innovation Centre, Cowley Road, Cambridge|
|Membership type:||Professional Individual and Corporate < 5 (£50+VAT pa)|
Under the name Cambridge Funding Solutions (www.cambridgefundingsolutions.co.uk) we help businesses to raise grant funding, particularly for technology research and development.
If you're able to come up with clever ideas to solve some of the challenges faced by the public sector, then you might qualify for 100% funding to cover the costs of developing those ideas. The Technology Strategy Board is currently running an unusually large number of competitions under the Small Business Research Initiative.
13 April 2012Read in full
On 23rd April, the Technology Strategy Board will make available £1.8 million for feasibility projects that address convergence in digital media and content. Projects can be 75% funded, with a maximum grant per project of £56,250.
2 April 2012Read in full
The Wellcome Trust and Department of Health have opened a new call for proposals under the Health Innovation Challenge Fund, which is open to a wide range of organisations, including small companies and start-ups. Unlike previous rounds, this call covers five separate areas of special interest.
15 March 2012Read in full
The Technology Strategy Board has announced another round of grant funding for feasibility projects in a wide range of technology areas, to add to the considerable range of grant funding options for small and micro-sized companies that it already offers.
20 February 2012Read in full
The Technology Strategy Board has published information on a series of grant funding and R&D procurement opportunities that businesses can bid for at different times during the autumn. The subject areas include IT, food, healthcare, energy and advanced materials.
17 August 2011Read in full