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This is a joint webinar hosted by Unfold and Granted Consultancy. The webinar aims to uncover the grant funding landscape for innovative software businesses looking to gain extra funding. We’ll also be touching on topics such as how to project manage and how to build a grant fundable piece of software.
> Speaker introductions
> Outline of common funding criteria
> What makes a grant fundable tech project?
> How to get there in practice
> Setting up for success
> Agile/waterfall approaches
> How to structure your software build/build in the most efficient way
> Team, resources and finding the right talent
> Project management
About the speakers:
Harry Cobbold is the founder of Unfold, a Bristol-based web design and development agency with a laser focus on UX design for startups and scaleups. Harry has worked alongside numerous award-winning teams as well as featuring on mentorship and speaking panels in Bristol and the South West. In this webinar he’ll be discussing all things software development, managing the build and how you can set up for funding success from the very beginning.
Tom Kennard is one of the Granted Consultancy Directors. Specialising in disruptive technology solutions, Tom brings clarity to the alignment between strategic goals and funding requirements. Tom’s incisive intelligence, be it with tech start-ups, international funders, policy stakeholders or established market players, ensures successful outcomes and achieved goals.
Who should attend?
Any businesses with software as a key component of their business who are hoping to gain grant funding. These might be startups but are more likely to be well established businesses or scale-ups looking to make innovative changes to their product offering.
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