Enlighten energy is a specialist clean-tech company with an innovative solution to tackle a specific renewable energy challenge in the field of PV panel maintenance. They were successful in securing £69,887 of grant funding from Innovate UK. Read more on the challenges and new opportunities they faced during the process of applying for a grant application. Read More
Based in the South West and founded in 2017, Magpie Education had ambitious ideas to transform STEM education through the use of pioneering technology. Explore how Granted helped Magpie Education, secure grant funding from Innovate UK.
Mesh-Net is an innovation-led UK SME, having produced numerous innovative wireless and application solutions to a wide range of clients. With £97,000 grant received from Innovate UK, this project will allow Mesh-Net to be a first mover in the market, exploiting the market opportunity and enabling the UK to have an industry-leading solution in a market dominated by US suppliers.
Find out how we helped London based FinTech firm Paybase, led by entrepreneurs Anna Tsyupko and Christopher Wessels, secure a substantial £670,000 grant from Innovate UK. Read More
LOOP is a pre-revenue, start-up company which provides a digital platform to reduce waste and realise value in the commercial built environment. LOOP will enable Read More
Ashwoods Automotive is a world-leading electric motor specialist engineering company. The company wanted to move to a purpose-built HQ and assembly line where the business could achieve its full potential
Granted Ltd helped Autto to secure two different grants for their project – a disruptive software toolkit that addresses the true needs of legal and professional services by facilitating the automation of many short, low volume, repetitive processes that form 23% of legal work.
Cleantech solutions to a global environmental issue. Find out how a £50,000 feasibility grant meant that Dashboard, an early stage technology company, could be on track to transform the world’s oil and gas pipeline industry.
William Hughes started supplying parts to the automotive industry nearly 30 years ago and attribute their success to constant investment in new technology. To remain competitive in the wire and spring market and attract contracts from the likes of Jaguar and Honda, the company constantly adopts new technologies and demonstrates forward thinking.