Grants

Many grants are available at the regional, national and European scale to help your company:
 
  • Grow and develop assets that will expand your business and create jobs;
  • Innovate and develop products that will maintain your market leadership.
Most companies miss this funding opportunity due to a lack of information, expertise in public funding requirements or time to prepare a grant proposal at a quality level that will maximize their chances of success.

How to identify the right funding for your projects

Please click here to view a list of the main grant providers based on the company location and the nature of the project.

Innovate UK (formerly Technology Strategy Board) is a public organization that funds, supports and connects innovative businesses to accelerate sustainable economic growth. For 2016/2017, up to £561 million of grant funding is to be distributed to various businesses throughout the UK. See more.

Growth Deals provide funds to local enterprise partnerships or LEPs (partnerships between local authorities and businesses) for projects that benefit the local area and economy. The government expanded the deals on 29 January 2015, investing a further £1 billion in local economies across England. This will partly benefit companies via grants to support capital investment and create jobs. See more.

The European Structural Investment Funds (ESIF) see more.

Scottish enterprise, Welsh Government and Invest NI are the main economic development agency for Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.

ERAnet, Horizon 2020 and Eurostars are current international programmes offering significant funding opportunities for UK companies to undertake R&D with projects with an impact at the European scale.

Our services offers an end to end solutions from identification, to writing the grant application on your behalf and assistance for submission; hence maximising your chances of success.

It should be stressed that despite the recent Brexit vote, the UK remains a full member of the EU until any exit is negotiated. The European grant regime is likely to be a key part of these negotiations and until more is announced, the European grants referred to on these webpages remain valid. Click here for our latest updates on Brexit.

For further information, please contact a member of our team.