Analysis for Innovators (A4I) Round 10 Stage 1 Briefing

Watch our recording to find out more about the Analysis for Innovators (A4I) programme, as well as an update on eligibility and criteria for Round 10.

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10.00 - 12.00



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About the competition

The Analysis for Innovators (A4I) Innovate UK grant funding competition has successfully run nine times between 2016 and 2023. This tenth round of the programme builds upon that experience.

About A4I

The A4I programme aims to help boost a company’s productivity or competitiveness. It is focused on helping individual companies solve tricky and perhaps long running technical problems affecting existing processes. It achieves this by bringing the UK’s top scientists and facilities, often otherwise inaccessible, together with companies to address problems in innovative ways. A4I funds collaborative innovation projects between the company and one, or more, A4I partner organisations (e.g. the UK’s leading measurement organisations).

About the event

This virtual briefing event will deliver an overview of the programme, an insight into the capability of a programme partner, and an update on the eligibility and criteria for Round 10 by the Innovation Lead and delivery team. This will be followed by a Q&A session run by Innovate UK KTN to help you prepare for your Stage 1 Expression of Interest application.

Round 10 opened on 24th April 2023 – click here for full details of the available funding and how to apply. Registration closes on 24th May 2023.


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