We work closely with our clients to identify and match funding programmes to company strategies, ambitions and projects. We then guide the application process and provide comprehensive support with the writing and submission of grant applications. This can include the drafting and re-writing of a project business plan, finding the right project partners, dealing with administrative conditions and project management. Working across all principle industry sectors, PNO has developed extensive expertise in establishing, managing and contributing to complex international technology transfer consortia, communities, processes and projects. PNO supports over 4000 clients throughout Europe, annually developing over 150 European consortia, funding proposals, and fostering their successful implementation in many technology domains. Our success rate with UK National programmes is in excess of 79% and in European proposals to date is 47%.
We work across all industry sectors, with specialist consultants in a number of priority sectors. Our clients include both small, medium sized and multinational industries, as well as Universities and Research institutes, amongst which are European and international leaders such as Amsterdam Schiphol Airport, Booking.com, DOW Chemical, CERN, Finmeccanica/Selex, Fraunhofer Institute, Harbours of Rotterdam and Antwerp, HP, Intel, Microsoft, Philips, Procter & Gamble, Solvay, TomTom, the Universities of Bordeaux, Ghent, Leuven, Rome, Naples, Utrecht, and Warwick.
Furthermore, PNO manages several European EC funded network projects to build communities of valuable SMEs, large industries, Universities and Research Institutes, to further support innovation in specific sectors, such as the bio-based product market (BIOCHEM) http://www.biochem-project.eu/, transport (SMART) www.smartransport.eu, Security (OSMOSIS) http://www.osmosisecurity.eu/, Open Source and Embedded Software (SHARE), to name a few.
The UK division is currently involved in 4 EC funded projects across the Health, ICT, Social Innovation and Industrial Biotechnology sectors. Click here to find out more
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