Our Sectoral Experience

Our team of grant writers have expertise in many different sectors including tech, digital, renewables, robotics, manufacturing and more. Find out more about the sectors that we work with on our sector pages, along with current funding opportunities and past case studies.

AI, Digital & Data

AI, Digital & Data

One of the biggest advances of this century has been the continuous emergence of new, disruptive digital technologies that have revolutionised how we interact with the world.

Digital, and AI and data-enabled technologies are some of the key driving forces behind global economic growth and prosperity. The UK Government has named AI and Data as one of its Grand Challenges in its Industrial Strategy, with digital tech growing 6 times faster than any other UK industry (contributing £149bn to the UK economy, accounting for 7.7% of UK GVA).

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Cleantech & Agritech

Cleantech & Agritech

As world economies grapple with the challenges of avoiding climate change, new ways to provide cleaner energy and reduce carbon emissions have never been more urgently needed.

The UK has been one of the leading innovators in contributing to industrial decarbonisation, renewable energy and low carbon manufacturing. These industries are currently valued at £42.6bn forecast to grow at three times the rate of the national average for the industry.

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Health & Life Sciences

Health & Life Sciences

Health & Life Sciences encompass companies in the fields of biotechnology, pharmaceuticals, biomedical technologies, life systems technologies, nutraceuticals, and cosmeceuticals.

The UK Life Science sector generates 74bn in revenue annually and employs 250k people approx. The UK leads Europe in terms of foreign direct investment into this sector.

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Manufacturing & Materials

Manufacturing & Materials

Innovation in manufacturing and materials has resulted in the development of more efficient and faster processes, new materials that ease manufacturing and advanced materials for improved product performance.

This sector is responsible for many wider economic impacts including lean production techniques, rapid prototyping, CAD, sensors, polymers, and nanomaterials.

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