“Grant funding” Power Hours

23 February @ 10:00 am - 3:00 pm
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Are you looking at grant funding to help deliver your next stage of growth? Obtain specialist, grant funding 1:1 support.

The Power Hour sessions are aimed at growth businesses seeking to scale up their business.

You may be asked to confirm this is the case for your business ahead of the session. You will be required to complete and return an application form for eScalate ahead of your session. These sessions are delivered as part of an ERDF funded programme and are therefore only available to businesses registered in England.

Sessions times available – book one slot
Wed 23 Feb 10:00-11:00
Wed 23 Feb 11:00-12:00
Wed 23 Feb 13:00-14:00
Wed 23 Feb 14:00-15:00

Grant funding programmes exist to encourage investment and stimulate business growth. Many companies obtain grant funding to de-risk their investment, and make it easier to take the plunge sooner and push forward with their growth plans.

Innovation in particular, is inherently risky, making the need for additional funds crucial to successfully commercialising a new technology.

During this 1:1 session, our specialist, Esther Lawrence, will explore with you the current and upcoming Funding schemes that are available to your business. She will discuss the scope and eligibility criteria in conjunction with your innovative project ideas, and help you find the most suitable source of finance.

Esther, together with TBAT Innovation Ltd, offers innovation support services to UK organisations to finance R&D generating millions of pounds in Research and Development being performed by their clients each year. The discussion will provide the opportunity to explore various finance options, such as: Grant Funding; R&D Tax Relief; EIS/SEIS funding and Capital Allowances (which can be used during the R&D lifecycle); and more.

What eScalate clients say

“This was such a great session, got lots of information and whilst it may be a few weeks before I actually do anything with it. I do now feel a lot more ready for what lies ahead in terms of those famous unknown unknowns.”

About our specialist Esther Lawrence of TBAT Innovation:

Esther joined TBAT in May 2021 having spent 25 years working in technology sales helping take products and services to market. She has worked with start-ups, manufacturers, distributors, and Go-to-markets specialist. She has witnessed first-hand the struggles companies go through to gain funding to develop and innovate their new tech and services, which is why she was excited to be part of the TBAT team to helping guide innovative organisations through the R&D funding landscape.

 

 

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