Innovation to Commercialisation a free seminar and advice surgery for technology businesses

19th August 2012

Technology businesses that are looking to innovate and develop new products will be able to gain advice from professionals who can help to make their dreams a reality completely free of charge.

The event is for organisations in the manufacturing, design or software development sectors that are already engaged in R&D, or that wish to innovate but are unsure how to manage the process. After a short presentation, professional advisors from innovation and grant funding consultancy TBAT, accountants Knowles Warwick and patent and trade attorneys Withers & Rogers will answer questions and give advice tailored to your business situation. Whether your query relates to research and development (R&D) tax credits, if your new development can be patented, or if you may qualify for R&D grant funding, you will be able to speak to an expert who can help. The seminar will be held from 4pm 6pm on Thursday 24 November at the Electric Works, Sheffield Digital Campus, Sheffield S1 2BJ. If you would like to attend the seminar and book a one to one with one of the experts, please contact Sarah Whiteley at or 0114 2747576, stating which of the 3 companies you would like to talk to. Event Venue: Electric Works Sheffield Digital Campus Sheffield S1 2BJ     Knowles Warwick Contact: Sarah Whiteley Telephone: 0114 2850165 Email: Web:

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