CPI offers support for innovative SMEs
CPI’s programme seeks to stimulate innovation
A new programme to help companies, start-ups and inventors identify and implement the next generation of processes and manufacturing technologies is being offered by the Centre for Process Innovation (CPI).
Funded by the High Value Manufacturing Catapult, the Wilton Centre-based CPI’s Innovation Support Programme is aimed at SMEs from the chemical and pharmaceutical industries.
Running until April 2017, the programme is also accessible to the wider community of companies, research groups and university spin-outs that supply the UK chemical and pharmaceutical sectors with equipment, new product designs or new process technology.
In some cases, companies who take products from these sectors and convert these into high value goods can also qualify for innovation support opportunities.
Graham Hillier, Director of Strategy and Futures at CPI said: “CPI’s specialist expertise has been proven, repeatedly, within multiple sectors, from start-ups through to large corporations.
"We understand what is needed for successful innovation to take place at
each technology development stage.
“We are delighted to have this opportunity to facilitate and stimulate even more innovation taking place in the UK”.
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