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UK-Singapore Applicant Briefing - Shared screen with speaker view
Ken Garner
31:03
Good morning everyone
Natalie Gray - Innovate UK UKRI
35:30
The recording will be added to the dates section of IFS later today
Lito Ignacio Villar
36:29
what do you mean by IFS?
Tony Jones
37:25
will we be sent a link to the recording post event, not being sure what IFS was? saves not taking sorry)
Natalie Gray - Innovate UK UKRI
37:27
IFS is Innovation Funding Service which is where you will apply for the competition and where you got the link for this meeting
Peter Chamberlain
41:06
Please could you expand on the requirement or how to become/ involving a UK grant receiving SME or how to register as an SME
Lucas
41:25
Yes, plus one to that question
Sampan Seth
41:55
Is 350 K for both Singapore and UK partner or this includes both ?
James Foden
42:17
Can non-SME's participate, e.g. large enterprises, or Higher Education institutions and RTO's, if an SME leads?
David Campbell-Molloy - Innovate UK UKRI
42:28
£350k maximum available to UK partners
iov42
42:46
Do the outputs of the research have to have benefits realised in both UK and Singapore?
Lucas
42:51
Q: the website says "Subcontractors can be from anywhere in the UK and you must select them through your usual procurement process." -> does this exclude subcontractors from EU mainland?
Alexander Giles
44:56
Can the Singapore partner “lead” a bid?
Peter Chamberlain
45:10
In relation to the 70% contribution from business is this effectively the business contributes 70% costs to the project and this grant will cover up to 30% of costs of the defined project?
Sampan Seth
45:51
Is there a minimum number of UK partners to be in the call, including RTO, SME
chris
45:57
How many SMEs typically apply?
Laila Elattar
46:03
can we have access to this webinar after it finishes
David Campbell-Molloy - Innovate UK UKRI
46:04
Maximum 70% grant available to the business depending on it's size so minimum 30% match. Please see the competition rules for further details
David Campbell-Molloy - Innovate UK UKRI
46:16
Recording will be made available afterwards
David Campbell-Molloy - Innovate UK UKRI
46:33
Minimum of 1 business required to participate. No maximum numbers set
James Foden
47:18
What is the aid intensity applicable to RTOs and Higher Education entities?
David Campbell-Molloy - Innovate UK UKRI
48:58
100% funding is available to RTOs and higher education entities
Lucille Baudet
49:43
How much is available for the SGP partner then?
Yasmine Finbow
51:06
Is 100% funding also available for a Singapore-based university?
David Campbell-Molloy - Innovate UK UKRI
53:23
A registered SME is a small or medium sized business registered in the UK
Laila Elattar
54:23
can UK partner collaborate with Uni in Singapore or it has be a company
Ying LIU
54:33
Does the total project cost refer to the cost from both partner?
zac@travelai
54:59
If the application to IUK only funds the UK parties, from where and whom is the funding coming for the Singapore partners?
Ahmad Mohseni
55:36
Can we have only one UK partner and one partner from Singapore??
Sampan Seth
55:42
Can only UK RTO and Singapore RTO participate in the call or there needs to be an SME
David Campbell-Molloy - Innovate UK UKRI
56:17
There must be an SME participating in this call
chris
57:13
What are the criteria for small/micro SMEs? What is the employee count?
Ahmad Mohseni
57:25
is 350k grant for UK partners only ? or it includes partners from Singapore?
David Campbell-Molloy - Innovate UK UKRI
57:39
£350k for UK companies only
Yasmine Finbow
57:54
How much is available for Singapore partner?
Shin Ler Low - Enterprise Singapore
58:51
The amount of funding available for Singapore companies is not fixed, it depends on the project. Up to 70% of qualifying costs will be funded by ESG.
Shin Ler Low - Enterprise Singapore
59:26
ESG will be funding the Singapore company, while Innovate UK will be funding the UK company
XLi
59:28
How to get a partner in Singapore?
Ahmad Mohseni
01:01:10
is there a facility to identify matching partners?
Shin Ler Low - Enterprise Singapore
01:01:36
A B2Match platform has been set up for interested applicants to find suitable partners, please register on the platform here: https://uk-singapore-collaborative-rd-marketplace.b2match.io/
Lucas
01:06:59
"Maximum 70% grant available to the business depending on it's size so minimum 30% match. " -> does this mean 30% match from private funding? Or does this mean 30% has to come from Singapore partner/funding agency?
Gedas Mitkus
01:07:43
Will it be possible to share the po
Gedas Mitkus
01:07:57
Powerpoint slides after the Zoom?
Ahmad Mohseni
01:10:04
Can we send an overview of the project to see if it is in the scope before we spend time for full application development.
ray of PLT
01:11:56
The Grant will not fund non-civilian usage? Please define as this is for industrial usage
Ahmad Mohseni
01:12:23
is there any criteria on stage of the technology development for example TRL3 to TRL6.
Yasmine Finbow
01:13:03
In addition to partnering with a Singapore business, if also partnering with a Singapore University - what % of funding are Singapore universities eligible for?
Shin Ler Low - Enterprise Singapore
01:15:10
The Singapore research institutes will be counted as subcontractors, and will be funded up to 70% of qualifying costs.
mike handley
01:15:58
Natalie and David - can I show the first video to my colleagues? Is it on online at all?
Ahmad Mohseni
01:16:03
Is 70% limitation applied to each country budget or individual SME within a country? is below correct:500k total budget350k UK partners (can be one partner)150k Singapore partners (can be one partner)
Gedas Mitkus
01:16:06
Will it be possible to share the Powerpoint slides after the call?
Sam Catchpole-Smith
01:17:47
Shin Ler - RE your last comment, does this mean that a Singapore research institute cannot act as a partner? I am an SME, hoping to collaborate with a Singapore RI - would I need another Singapore partner in addition to the RI?
Shin Ler Low - Enterprise Singapore
01:18:30
Yes @ Sam, you will need another Singapore SME in your project consortium.
Sam Catchpole-Smith
01:19:15
That's clear, thanks.
Jonathan Leckey
01:19:36
Is there room for flexibility in claimed costs (within the total) if these change after the submission date?
Peter Chamberlain
01:21:33
Is it mandatory to have an academic institution on the UK application in addition to SME business?
Shin Ler Low - Enterprise Singapore
01:22:13
@ Peter, no it is not mandatory.
kenneth Ruyts
01:22:16
Is there a website where we can find the rules for companies based in Singapore for this collaboration?
Craig Skeldon
01:22:33
Please specify TRL level for this call.
Shin Ler Low - Enterprise Singapore
01:22:34
You can find more information for Singapore companies here: https://www.enterprisesg.gov.sg/financial-assistance/grants/for-local-companies/international-co-innovation-programmes/uk-singapore-collaborative-rd-call
Izak Oosthuizen
01:23:00
thank you