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United Kingdom: 2021-22 Knowledge Transfer Partnerships (KTP)

United Kingdom: 2021-22 Knowledge Transfer Partnerships (KTP)

Deadline: 14-Apr-21

The Innovate UK is investing up to £6 million towards the 2021-22 Knowledge Transfer Partnerships (KTP) project, with the business partners in the funded projects also contributing to the costs.

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The Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) scheme allows a UK registered business or not-for-profit organisation (which they will refer to collectively as the ‘business partner’ from now on) to partner with a UK higher education (HE) or further education (FE) institution, RTO or Catapult (which they will refer to as the ‘knowledge base partner’).

Your application must be for a specific, strategic innovation project that tackles one or more challenges faced by the business partner.

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It can be any kind of project, it must show:

How it helps the business with a real need;
How it fits the strategic aims of the business partner;
There is a genuine market opportunity and route to market;
How the knowledge gained will be embedded within the business partner;
What makes this approach innovative.
Funding Information

Innovate UK will consider partially funding project costs of any amount if they judge the costs to be appropriate. Typically, projects cost no more than £75,000 per year. A proportion of this will be paid by the business partner.
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Each KTP is a partnership between the following:
A UK knowledge base, which will be the lead organisation and submit the application;
A UK registered business or not-for-profit organisation.
Your project can last between 12 and 36 months, depending on the project requirements.
KTP does not support projects with public sector organisations.
Knowledge base partner

Each application must be created by a knowledge base, working with a business partner, with the help of a knowledge transfer adviser.
The knowledge base partner must lead the project and must:
be the UK registered higher education (HE) or further education (FE) institution, RTO, or Catapult.
invite one UK registered business of any size or not-for-profit organisation into the Innovation Funding Service.
invite one knowledge transfer adviser.
not act in any way to gain selective commercial or economic advantage from the outputs of the project.
recruit associate roles in a demonstrably open and fair manner.
allow associates to carry out the majority of the project at the business partner’s premises
provide academic support for the associate.
make sure the application is completed and submitted before the competition closes.
The knowledge base partner cannot work alone.
Business partner

Business partners cannot work alone. They must develop the project with a knowledge base of their choice. They encourage business partners to approach knowledge bases directly.
To collaborate with the knowledge base, the business partner must:
be a UK registered business, of any size, or a not-for-profit organisation.
have more than 2 employees.
demonstrate its ability to financially support its contribution to the project.
accept an invitation from a knowledge base to participate in a project and complete their parts of the application form.
provide a summary of their financial accounts from the past 3 years.
provide supervisory support for the associate.
host the associate.
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