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£889K Awarded to Ten Companies

Author: Gareth Smyth


  1. Staffordshire-based manufacturing company awarded £59k

Established in the year 2000 and incorporated in 2008, the company has subsequently continued to develop and manufacture advanced remote monitoring and control solutions. The company website was upgraded in March 2019 to provide a more professional introduction to the company.

  1. London-based retail company received £72k

Incorporated in 2018, the company was formed to fulfil the founders’ vision of the future of cycling innovation and technology. They decided they needed to be the ones to solve the problem that many people have who ride bikes or who want to ride bikes in urban areas. The company follows consumer research which helped them produce working prototypes as a low-cost, packable, and simple alternative.

  1. West Midlands-based engineering company awarded £272k

The company was incorporated in June 1988 and is the UK’s leading producer of ferrous and non-ferrous castings by centrifugal casting. Innovation is key to the company and is very much part of the approach taken by the company, pushing its capabilities, and continually moving into new markets.

  1. West Midlands-based manufacturing company received £228k

The company is an established market leader in the supply of high-integrity copper and nickel-based sand castings from its foundry. The company has recently implemented improvements in infrastructure and in tilt-pour casting as well as concomitant investment in R&D to overcome the associated technical uncertainties. Tilt-pouring or the Durville process is a specialist process offered by very few companies around the world. The capability to produce larger castings continues to be demonstrated through R&D projects.

  1. West-Midlands-based manufacturing company awarded £58k

The company develop and manufacture a comprehensive range of fittings and hydrant valves in aluminium, gunmetal and other non-ferrous alloys to British, American, and other standards. The company has developed a comprehensive product portfolio of valves and fittings, offering a bespoke design and engineering service for unique product solutions.

  1. West Midlands-based M&E company received £73k

The company are a one-stop shop for precision machined products in small to large batches. FWB offer a complete range of mainly highly engineered copper and nickel-based components, with a focus on supply chain led solutions for their global customer base. An extensive machine shop includes facilities for regular and CNC precision machining, testing and assembly.

  1. Suffolk-based construction company awarded £27k in first claim

Incorporated in 1994, the company has been responsible for many building completion, and finishing projects. Working as a drywall contractor, their services include interior fitout for a range of jobs. They provide the finishes for high-end projects. Their clients include universities, schools, offices and high-end residential.


  1. London-based IT support company received £11k

The company was incorporated in 2009 and is an award-winning IT support company. The company works with SMEs to appraise their high-tech needs and then delivers solutions with accuracy and speed. To stay at the cutting edge of technology and to attain new customer markets, the company is constantly replacing, renewing, and retiring its products and services. This requires a high level of R&D which constantly introduces uncertainty, a degree of risk to their current services and a high level of technical resources to deliver.

  1. Yorkshire-based building company awarded £64k

The company are a specialist provider of sustainable solutions for the design, development, manufacture and erection of studios, and residential and commercial buildings. The company specialise in the design, development, and manufacture of integrated and retrofit high-efficiency heating systems, which maximise the use of renewable energy and minimise the cost to the end user, as well as significantly reducing carbon emissions.

  1. Derbyshire-based manufacturing company received £20k

Established in 2012, the company manufactures technology to help provide support to newborn babies that require assistance with breathing. The company is actively engaged in ramping up the publicity for its device and is registering patents for the rest of the system to support the existing patent for the sensor. The company is actively considering the US market, which has more regulatory control but is often more open-minded to healthcare innovations.

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