The Knowledge Transfer Network are delivering a series of workshops aimed at helping businesses write a good grant proposal.
When applying for a grant it often requires a significant investment of time to put forward a compelling case. Yet grants can be a real enabler in realising your innovative ideas and supporting business growth. So, what are the key elements that make a successful grant application? How can you make your application stand out from the crowd and deliver a competitive business case?
The Knowledge Transfer Network are delivering a series of workshops aimed at helping businesses write a good grant proposal. The workshops will cover why particular questions are asked and how to effectively structure information clearly and concisely for Innovate UK applications, as well as other grant programmes.
Find a workshop in a location near you:
Tuesday 8th May, Durham University (Find out more and register here)
Tuesday 22nd May, Heriot Watt University, Edinburgh (Find out more and register here)
Tuesday 31st May, University of Oxford Begbroke Science Park, Begbroke. (Find out more and register here)
Businesses attending these workshops will leave armed with the knowledge and information needed to create a compelling grant application for new innovative products or services.Edit »
Submitted on 30/04/2018