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    • SME Innovation Support Programme
        • Programme delivered and managed by ANGLE plc
        • Programme funded by LDA and ERDF
        • Programme delivered from ANGLE Dockland’s office
        • ANGLE programme director is Denis Salamon
      Project briefing Partner/Delivery information
    • Project briefing The SME Innovation Support Programme aims to stimulate the development and growth of SMEs in the London Objective 2 areas through improvements in product, process, technology and business practices SME Innovation Support Programme A two plus year programme running from Jan2006-March2008
        • Raise awareness of innovation amongst Objective 2 SMEs, particularly hard-to-reach groups (start-ups, small, service sector & ethnic minorities)
        • Raise awareness of potential of HEIs to support innovation
        • Identify business improvement opportunities
        • Develop and support HEI linkages
        • Support new product, process, service and market offerings
        • Stimulate R&D activity in SMEs
        • Support stakeholder sector, diversity and geographical targets
        • Develop collaborative partnerships
        • Build on success of the 2003-2005 programme
      Project briefing SME Innovation Support Programme Objectives
        • Company eligibility
          • Any SME at any stage of its development
        • Geographic eligibility
          • Anywhere in London’s Objective 2 areas
        • Project eligibility
          • Any project that is innovative and likely to result in a new or improved product, process or business system and that requires university support to facilitate its delivery.
        • Innovation
          • Widest possible meaning so long as it has an element of “newness”
        • University need
          • Requirement for specific expertise that is best provided by a university and for the most part is not commercially available.
      Project briefing Whose it for?
        • Business diagnostic
        • Opportunity development
        • Project plan development
        • Project implementation
        • Grant funding
        • Mentoring and consultancy
      Project briefing Methodology
    • Project briefing How it works
        • Up to £34k of direct financial support available
              • plus
        • Up to £20k of Consultancy, Mentoring & Facilitation
        • SMEs pay a 40% contribution towards Proof of Concept & Market Assessment
        • 50%Match funding required at project stage
        • Consultancy, mentoring and project facilitation is free
      Project briefing Funding and Costs
        • Opportunity identification
        • Support for innovation
        • University linkages
        • Support for new or improved product or process
        • Grant support for product and process improvement
        • Up to £20k of free mentoring and consultancy
      Project briefing Business Benefits
        • The Programme is open to any SME of any size, in all eligible sectors, at any stage of its life cycle, including pre start-ups, who have an innovative idea or project opportunity that could benefit from university support.
        • Companies can enter and exit the Programme at any stage.
        • Support is tailored to meet individual company needs.
        • Projects not just about technology.
        • Since University support is a key requirement of certain Programme stages, for companies where this is not appropriate, the Programme will help to identify and facilitate links to other initiatives.
        • The high level of mentoring support helps to maximise success in project identification, definition and implementation as well as providing assistance in addressing underpinning business strategy development.
        • Structure and benefits of the Business Diagnostic.
        • Market assessment of business opportunity.
        • Secondment of Innovation Facilitator to provide a dedicated additional business resource
      Project briefing Key differentiators
        • Sarah Taylor
        • SME Innovation Support Programme
        • ANGLE plc
        • Knowledge Dock Centre
        • University of East London
        • London E16 2RD
        • Tel: 0208 223 7514
        • Email: [email_address]
        • www.smeinnovation.org
      SME Innovation Support Programme Further Information