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FWD Collaborative Research and Development Briefing

FWD Collaborative Research and Development Briefing

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Accelerate the development of your health and wellbeing technology with collaborative R&D funding!

The FWD Project is here to help you tap into all important, health-focused collaborative research and development funding opportunities.

Join us in this one-hour briefing to discover how becoming a member of The FWD Project can assist the growth of your SME – through access to collaborative research and development (CR&D) funding calls.

Through this programme, we can provide a comprehensive package of support to help businesses successfully bid for funding. Support can include matching you with an academic partner from our six university partners to collaboratively bid for funding, critical friend review of your bid and professional bid writing.


Briefing Agenda: 

  • Introduction to The FWD Project 
  • Collaborative Research & Development funding support offer
  • Case Study
  • Q&A

Who is leading the session?


Dr Aleksandra Love

Aleksandra is the Health Sector Lead for The FWD Project, helping innovative companies secure CR&D funding and develop new, scalable business models. Aleksandra is an experienced consultant, mentor and trainer with over 18 years of experience in tech transfer, healthcare and consulting, supporting hundreds of innovators take their technologies to market, navigate the health and life sciences sectors and raise both public and private funding.


About the FWD Project: 

The FWD Project, funded by the West of England Combined Authority, provides dedicated support and expertise to help companies win collaborative Research and Development funding and raise investment. Becoming a member of the programme will give you access to training and mentoring – helping you bring your innovation to market. We have developed a series of masterclasses, as well as Investment, and Business Strategy Workouts that are accessible for free to our members. 

The progamme is further supported online with the  SETsquared Innovation platform, particularly our Health Innovation Network, a dedicated digital space for those working in the health and well-being sector to network and collaborate. This online hub serves as the epicentre for sector-related news and opportunities, regularly updated by members, experts and SETsquared staff with the latest industry insights.

Find out more about The FWD Project

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To register for this CR&D briefing event, please use the form below and a member of our team will be in touch:

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