Phil Staunton - D2M

Suggested Steps for Funding

D2M Innovation has helped many clients achieve funding for their design concepts from a range of sources. We have pitched alongside clients to angel investors, secured government grants and worked with partner companies on patent box and R&D tax relief. All these funding routes have particular nuances: this document is designed to inform you of the best funding opportunities currently available and help you to avoid the traps some clients have previously fallen into.

Get information on:

  • Government Funding
  • Wellcome Trust 
  • Growth Accelerator
  • Regional Funding Opportunities 
  • Approaching Investors 
  • Crowd Funding
  • Research & Development 
  • VAT

All in one handy e-book. Download the e-book

Author

Phil Staunton - D2M

Phil is the MD of D2M Innovation. He has substantial experience in developing ideas and products for small businesses and individual inventors. Over the last 8 years, he has created and implemented product development strategies for over 1,000 projects.

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