Internal Call launched to support Swansea University innovations
January 22, 2020
AgorIP is launching an internal call to all Swansea University staff who have a unique innovation that needs commercial support. This is a great opportunity to bring your proven technologies and ideas to the marketplace, with the help and support of an experienced team of Technology Transfer Managers (TTM). Based within the School of Management, AgorIP is part funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) through the Welsh Government.
The AgorIP Commercial Support funding will provide up to £10,000, according to the needs of the project. To take part in this call, you will need to complete the downloadable form and submit it to [email protected] by Wednesday 26th February. If your application is successful, you will be invited to pitch your innovation to an assessment panel. You will be given support in preparation for your presentation.
If you are successful at this stage, you will be assigned a TTM from within the AgorIP team, who will support you to achieve your commercial goals.
If you have any questions, please contact the team on the following addresses:
College of Engineering – Berna Jones: [email protected]
College of Arts and Humanities – Emma Williams: [email protected]
Hillary Rodham Clinton School of Law – Kyam Gilkes-Murray: [email protected]
School of Management Steve Powell: [email protected]
College of Science and Swansea University Medical School – Yvonne Jones: [email protected]
College of Human and Health Sciences – Michael Smith: [email protected]
Please go to the following links for more information and to complete the application.
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