Yorkshire and Humber Regional Growth Fund Round 5 Roadshow

16th October 2013

Yorkshire and Humber Regional Growth Fund Round 5 Roadshow will be taking place on Friday 25th October at the 3M Buckley Innovation Centre Huddersfield and the Expression-of-Interest event on Thursday 31st October in Leeds.

    Any organisation or person wishing to attend must book a place by emailing the RGF team at growthfund@bis.gsi.gov.uk    Expression-of-Interest (EoI) meetings:   As in previous rounds, the EoI meetings will last approximately 30 minutes each, and will generally consist of the following:   5 min overview of potential bid by the company 10 min explanation of RGF criteria and what makes for a good bid, by the RGF official 15 min discussion about the potential bid The EoI meetings are not mandatory and are conducted on a 'without prejudice' basis, meaning any information provided in the EoI form or at the meeting will not be used by the RGF Secretariat in the subsequent appraisal of a formal bid.  EoIs, as well as providing the opportunity for early, informal tips on how best to structure their bid, put the potential bidder on the RGF Secretariat's radar and also enables any unsuccessful bidders to get bespoke feedback on their Round 4 bid. Please note there will be an opportunity for potential bidders to have EoI meetings with the RGF team in London or by telephone, should they be unable to book an EoI slot at the above regional slots. Further information is found in the invitation.

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