Key features: Competition for development contracts Innovate UK is investing up to £4 million in the long term care revolution national challenge.
Award: Up to £4 million
Opens: 07 Apr 2015, 00:00
Registration closes: 26 Aug 2015, 12:00
Closes: 02 Sep 2015, 12:00
Support phone number: 0300 321 4357
The long-term care revolution national challenge
This SBRI competition aims to stimulate the development of innovative new products, services and systems that disrupt the institutional long-term care model, ensuring that UK businesses are well placed to take advantage of this growing market opportunity.
The competition is open to organisations (large enterprises, SMEs, micro businesses, entrepreneurs, third sector, public and private sector) working together as a consortium through a single contracted project lead, to develop and deliver commercially viable products, services and systems.
Successful applications will attract a 100% funded development contract over a period of up to 24 months.
The competition opens on 7 April 2015. The deadline for registration is at noon on 26 August 2015. The deadline for applications is at noon on 2 September 2015. Projects are expected to commence in January 2016.
There will be a briefing event for potential applicants on 14 April 2015.
|Competition opens||7 April 2015|
|Briefing event||14 April 2015|
|Registration deadline||26 August 2015|
Deadline for applications
|2 September 2015|
|Contracts awarded||25 November 2015|
|Projects commence||1 January 2016|
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What is SBRI?
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