During day 3 of Cityx, Future Cities Catapult will be joined by the Department of International Trade, Knowledge Transfer Network, Enterprise Europe Network and Innovate UK to host 30-minute drop in sessions.
These slots are exclusive to those who have signed up to or are exhibiting at Cityx. Come and chat to us to get advice on funding, opportunities and how to grow your business.
There are limited slots and as it is a first come, first served basis, don’t miss your chance to speak to us.
Register for Cityx here.
Register your interest for the drop-in session here.
At Future Cities Catapult we help UK firms develop the products and services to meet the changing needs of cities, and to sell them to the world. Are you a SME developing products or services in the Advance Urban Services sector and want to know how Future Cities Catapult can assist your business? Attend one of our drop in session to talk with a member of our SME development team or CR&D team to hear about opportunities and get advice.
Darren Balcombe, (SME development Manager) & Charlotte Hutton, (SME Development Coordinator)
Daniela Melandri, (EU CR&D Funding Manager)
David France is an International Trade Adviser with the Department for International Trade (DIT) London team. DIT’s role is to support London based business to export. They offer advice and organise a range of trade missions, events such as meet the buyer and can connect companies to the Trade Show Access Program. Uniquely DIT can draw on the resources of our worldwide network of Embassy based teams to provide in market support too.
David France (International Trade Adviser)
KTN’s knowledge of (and links to) the UK innovation ecosystem can help you realise your business ambitions. KTN can connect you to businesses, funders, investors and the research base. They operate across all sectors. Rob sits within the KTN Transport team with expertise in the future of mobility, connected transport and transport as a service sector.
Rob Furlong, (Transport Systems Manager)
The Enterprise Europe Network is the largest network for business support in the world, active in more than 60 countries, involving more than 600 partner organisations. They provide free assistance and expert advice to London based businesses so that you can innovate and grow internationally through our diverse range of services.
Sandra Steinhauer (Senior Business Adviser) & Giulia Simonelli (Senior Business Adviser)