How to successfully secure funds from Technology Strategy Board (TSB)
Location: Stoneleigh Park, Warwickshire
How to successfully secure funds from
Technology Strategy Board
Thursday 24 March 2011
10:00 – 14:00 (including networking lunch)
Stoneleigh Park, Warwickshire
Meet possible partners for Consortia and
understand how to create, build and manage them to secure TSB funds
The Technology Strategy Board (TSB) has seven funding programmes open NOW and eleven opening in March. These funds could be vital to your company’s future – many in motorsport have already recently received support recently.
Are you involved in “highly innovative, strategic or disruptive technologies in low carbon vehicles”? If you are, the TSB have a £9m fund aimed at collaborative research and development, £1m of which is for feasibility studies
Andrew Everett, Head of Transport at the Technology Strategy Board (TSB) will give an overview of the TSB with a review of Past and Current funding opportunities, plus an explanation of TSB Competitions, their Scope and the application procedure.
Please click here for a list of all current calls/ competitions including:
Batteries for Ultra Low Carbon Vehicles – Open 28 March to 18 May 2011
Disruptive technologies in low carbon vehicles – Open 7 March to 20 April 2011
Learn from two successful, real-life case studies from the motorsport sector, who will be joining us and sharing how they secured TSB support.
Ultra Low Energy Vehicle – the E-4 Coupe - Simon Dowson, MD of Delta Motorsport
Delta work with Oxford Yasa Motors and two other niche vehicle manufacturers, to apply their innovative thinking to the design and development of a 4-seater road car designed to make a significant reduction in damaging greenhouse gas emissions. The ‘EEMS Accelerate consortium’ is led by AEA and includes Delta Motorsport, Ecotricity cars, Westfield Sports cars and the Lightning Car Company.
Flywheel Hybrid System for Premium Vehicles - Jon Hilton, Partner - Flybrid Systems LLP
Flybrid directly approached Jaguar (JLR) seeking a project – as a result, this Consortium, led by JLR, brought together Flybrid, Prodrive, Xtrac and Torotrak.
The event includes a business networking lunch and an opportunity to meet possible partners for consortia.
Axillium Consulting have experience of the motorsport sector and managed the very successful i-Composites consortium bid. James Woodward and Nick Thomas will be available to give advice and guidance on how to create, build and manage consortia to secure TSB funds.
Find out how YOUR company can secure TSB funding
Don't miss out, JOIN US on 24 March!
- Member - £20 + VAT
- Non Member - £25 + VAT
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