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Wessex AHSN has partnered with West of England AHSN and Wiltshire Council to bring an Innovation Accelerator Programme for small and medium-sized enterprises in the Health and Life Sciences sector. The programme aims to support businesses through research, development and innovation activities.
The programme has received £500,000 funding from the European Regional Development Fund as part of the European Structural and Investment Funds Growth Programme 2014-2020 www.gov.uk/european-growth-funding.
Why join the Hub?
Advice and mentoring from the Wessex AHSN on taking your healthcare innovation forward.
Support to successfully bring healthcare innovations to the market through our Healthcare Innovation Programme.
Opportunity to get specialised health sector advice and professional services in:
Who can join?
Businesses registered in England and operating in the Swindon or Wiltshire Unitary Authority areas, or are actively engaged with either the Wessex AHSN or West of England AHSN and will deliver an economic benefit that will be beneficial to the Swindon or Wiltshire Unitary Authority areas.
Businesses that can identify themselves as operating in the following sectors:
The applicant must have a business or an individual entrepreneur with a registered business
Businesses in difficulty as defined under state aid rules on rescue and restructuring will not be eligible to apply.
If you are interested in joining the Health and Life Science Hub and you come from the southern part of Wiltshire please contact Frank.Ratcliff@wessexahsn.net. If you are starting from the top half of Wiltshire or Swindon, please contact Kate.Phillips@weahsn.net.
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