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Don’t miss tomorrow’s registration deadline for TSB competition: New business models in High Value Manufacturing.

April 16, 2013

Innovation in high value manufacturing frequently creates a need for new business models – new and varied ways of creating, delivering and capturing value.

In line with the High Value Manufacturing Strategy, the Technology Strategy Board is to invest up to £500k in feasibility studies to stimulate new business models supporting innovations in high value manufacturing. We are seeking feasibility studies across the whole manufacturing lifecycle.

The competition is open to enterprises of any size. A small or medium-sized enterprise (SME) can participate either as a single company or in collaboration with one other qualifying organisation, while large companies must participate in collaboration with an SME. Projects must be business-led. We propose to fund projects which are preparatory to industrial research. These are eligible for up to 75% public funding and the total project cost will not exceed £33k.

The deadline for applications is at noon 24 April 2013 but you must register by April the 17th.

Click here to view the webinar recording from the 26th March 2013 briefing.  There has also been a special interest group set up for this competition on the TSB _connect platform, please click here to access this page.

Open date: 11 March 2013

Registration close date: 17 April 2013

Close date: 24 April 2013

Email: competitions@innovateuk.org

Information obtained via the TSB website

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