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Applicant Briefing: Innovate UK Smart Grant July 2019 - Shared screen with speaker view
James Bloom
12:39
hi
Matt Thurling
12:42
Hello
Gideon Capie
12:43
hello
gordon W
12:48
Hello
bill fraser
12:49
hi
Jack Talbot
12:56
Hello
Marianna Ferro
12:59
hi
Karen Dickinson
13:00
hello
sona modi
13:06
Hi
Felix Weaver
13:08
hi
Stephanie Moran
13:17
hi all
Sally Burt
13:20
Hello
Katalin Vikuk
13:26
hi all
Karan Mehta
13:29
Hello
Karen Dickinson
13:41
Can't hear anything - is that right?
Tania Rodin
13:44
Hello
Paul Kirkby
13:46
hello
Sandy Lobban
13:55
yes
Gideon Capie
13:55
yes
George Konstantinou
13:56
yes
Tania Rodin
13:56
yes
Jae Jong Byun
13:56
yes
Matt Thurling
13:56
Yes we can
Gerard McVeigh
13:57
yes
Andreas Harris
13:57
Yes !
bill fraser
13:57
yes
James Bloom
13:57
yes
Marianna Ferro
13:58
yes
Caroline Walmsley
13:58
yes
gordon W
13:58
We can
Stephanie Moran
13:58
yes
Karan Mehta
13:58
Yes, can hear you
Larissa Kunstel
13:59
YES
Hisham Omara
13:59
yes
Karen Dickinson
13:59
yes
John Vines
13:59
Yes we can hear you
Paul James
13:59
We can hear you
Felix Weaver
13:59
yes can hear
Bradley Mydat
14:00
yes thanks
Nicholas Hicks
14:00
We can hear you now
John Bickell
14:00
yes
Sally Burt
14:00
yes
James Wright
14:01
Yes
Paul Kirkby
14:02
yes
Katalin Vikuk
14:03
i can hear you
Andreas Harris
14:03
Yay!
Paulette Elliott
14:04
yes
simon Oliver
14:04
i can hear you
Matt Thurling
14:10
That’s ok
Joanna Hill
15:56
Is anyone else struggling with the feedback on audio?
Matt Thurling
16:09
No, mine is ok
Joanna Hill
16:23
Thanks Matt, will investigate if it’s just me.
Matt Thurling
17:05
You can read faster if you want :)
Stewart Davidson
18:05
This is all very quick - will these slides be available post this presentation?
Matt Thurling
18:19
All of this info is on the site anyway
gordon W
25:27
Sound is a bit fuzzy
Jason Leigh
38:53
is there someone we can discuss our idea with or email so that there’s clearity on if the project qualifies before we put the wheels in motion ?
James Bloom
39:28
If I have a key employee or consultant in the EU will that affect my eligibility?
Gideon Capie
39:37
Is the content entered on to JeS (e.g. justification of resources, impact ,etc) evaluated as part of the assessment? Feedback on proposals we've received before has never included any feedback on the JeS content provided ...
James Bloom
39:41
I am using a specific technology and IP. But my innovation has multiple potential uses across different industries. Will it help my application more if I mention a few of these? Or is it better to focus on one industry application of the technology?
simon Oliver
39:43
can we have the slide pack from today
Andreas Harris
39:43
Can we type questions in here ?
sheldon mydat
39:54
will you please provide a link to this deck?
Gideon Capie
40:14
At the a last call what total score (%) was required to receive funding?
Sandy Lobban
40:21
is the innovate funding at risk from a potential no deal brexit, or is this round secure?
Jack Hilton
40:50
With regard to state aid - will 100% of the grant count as state aid?
Nicholas Hicks
41:04
Is an interview part of the process?
Matt Thurling
41:14
Are these competitions typically oversubscribed? What % of eligible applications received funding? Was there a minimum score?
Gerard McVeigh
41:33
can you please clarify whether we would be eligible if we have already started development and generating a level of revenue?
Nicholas Hicks
42:39
Have you gone back on mute?
Paul Kirkby
43:15
For a micro business that is a start up in a project that is the sole company in the project is the maximum grant from Innovate Uk still 30% of total project costs
James Bloom
43:24
thanks
Andreas Harris
44:10
I do not really understand the difference between the stages, particularly industrial research and the last stage. Could you explain that please?
Jae Jong Byun
44:16
since its claims based, do we need to have cash in hand?
Pauline Coste
44:21
If we classify as Industrial research can we still receive 70% of project costs?
James Bloom
44:56
Is it possible to see past recipients of funding?
Andreas Harris
46:11
To be more precise what is the difference between 'Industrial research' and 'Experimental development'? Is says that prototyping can be part of 'industrial research'.
Tania Rodin
46:24
I it possible to apply as a startup which will be registered in a month’s time
Galaxy S6 edge
46:39
can cost be 100% subcontracted?
Nicole
46:51
James Bloom - go to the Innovate homepage and scroll down to ‘Transparency’ …
Nicholas Hicks
47:27
What is the cut off date for determining the age of a company in relation to the UID test eg competition closing date, or project start date?
Matt Thurling
47:54
Any disadvantage being a one-man enterprise?
Galaxy S6 edge
48:27
Which kind of travel costs can be included? onlu visiting UK partners or also visiting international tradeshows etc?
Peter Todd
48:31
CEL-UK is a UK based specialist in Industrial Automation. We are available as a collaboration partner or subcontractor for any project which requires mechanical devices such as a multi axis motion platform or any additive or subtractive process. We have technology which can place material on a complex 3D surface in large or small areas at 50 micron accuracy. We are a very capable but friendly and accessible company, please get in touch. 01275 846 459 Peter@cel-uk.com
sheldon mydat
48:39
we are a start-up. We have already invested to build a prototype, but we want to grow the business and our offering, are we still in scope?
Marcus Balogun
48:57
The cash injection that we will be contributing to our project. Does this need to be given to an independant accountant to sign off and sent to Innovate? how does that bit work please?
Galaxy S6 edge
49:23
Please bring example what is strong reason to have a out of UK subcontractor?
Galaxy S6 edge
50:06
What is different between partner and subcontractor? they both provide a service
Andreas Harris
52:11
To be more precise what is the difference between 'Industrial research' and 'Experimental development'? Is says that prototyping can be part of 'industrial research'.
Nick Brand
53:28
do you need to prove you have funds to pay for the remaining 30% of the project if you only qualify for 70%?
Nicola Jeavons
53:48
If a charity is involved and 30% of the budget is ring fenced for their involvement will this include equipment costs and travel, subsistence etc. Or does it only cover staff time and the other costs are outside of the 30%?
Matt Thurling
54:40
Do all applications get feedback and are there opportunities to keep updating the proposal up to the deadline?
Marcus Balogun
54:50
Can Nick Brands question be answered please..It alligns with my own question 😊
Andreas Harris
55:35
What is the difference between 'Industrial research' and 'Experimental development'? Is says that prototyping can be part of 'industrial research'.
Nick Brand
55:38
apart from funding do you provide any help, advice, guidance, etc if required should you get awarded a grant?
Andreas Harris
56:09
I have read the guidance online and I did not find it very clear.
Galaxy S6 edge
56:10
Are there any special requirments for a collaborative partner? for example no more costs than 70% of total project and so on
Melanie Holmes
56:19
I'm also interested in the question about the 30 %
Karen Dickinson
58:29
is there any guidance in the documentation on what the end products can and can't be?
Nick Brand
59:44
is there a limit on how many companies can enter this competition - how many proposals do you consider?
Paul Kirkby
01:00:23
Sorry I am still confused A micro business can have a grant of 70% for industrial research, but overall if it is the only participant it says that the government will only pay 30% of costs
Nick Brand
01:01:42
does paye incurred from direct employment for the project come off the award amount?
Melanie Holmes
01:02:30
Has the sound gone off again ?
Nick Brand
01:03:18
in addition to paye costs, also NI and CNI costs - basically all payments back to HMRC?
Gideon Capie
01:03:36
At the a last call what total score (%) was required to receive funding? We received a score but have no idea how close we were to receiving grant
Peter Todd
01:04:12
CEL-UK is a UK based specialist in Industrial Automation. We are available as a collaboration partner or subcontractor for any project which requires mechanical devices such as a multi axis motion platform or any additive (eg 3D printing) or subtractive process (eg Milling). We have technology which can place material on a complex 3D surface in large or small areas at 50 micron accuracy. We can also build working prototypes to a very high standard at low cost. We are a very friendly and accessible company and have successfully completed several grant funded projects. Please contact me Peter Todd via 01275 846 459 or peter@cel-uk.com