What We Do…
Granted Consultancy is a strategic business consultancy that specialises in identifying and securing non-dilutive funding to support companies with the development and commercialisation of new and innovative products, services and technologies.
We are a dedicated and experienced team of funding and grant writing specialists from a variety of backgrounds encompassing finance, business planning, business strategy, investment, environmental science and international operations.
Non-dilutive funding, such as grants and R&D tax credits, can be used to accelerate new product development, offset R&D costs, access top class research facilities and drive market entry.
Who We Are …
Granted was founded in 2010, and has gone from strength to strength ever since. We have a proven track record of securing funding for ambitious companies looking to grow their business rapidly: we know where to find suitable funding, how to access it successfully and how to use it to best effect.
The skillset of the team includes:
• PhD and MSc level research capabilities
• Ability to upskill at pace in new technology sectors
• Creative and technical writing
• Financial modelling and planning
• Development of commercialisation strategies
• Project management
• Strategic management consultancy
We have offices in Fleet St, London, and Southernhay, Exeter. For our address and other contact information, please visit our Contact Page.
Why we do it …
The founding directors still have a shared desire to make projects happen and we understand that our role in that exciting journey is securing non-dilutive funding. The team is motivated by working with some of the most innovative and ambitious start-up / scale up and established businesses in the world. The diverse range of sectors we work in is a constant intellectual challenge – one that keeps us present and curious.
We thrive on learning about new technologies, innovative business models and the people behind them – then taking that information and translating it into a language and format that funders can understand.
The team has hit £50m in funding secured in the last 10 years – we are aiming for £100m in the next 5 years.