IGL Grants programme: Supporting RCTs to find out what works to increase innovation, support high-growth entrepreneurship and accelerate business growth.
The IGL Grants programme is one of the activities of IGL, funded by the Argidius Foundation, the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation and Nesta. The aim of IGL Grants is to support randomised controlled trials that build the evidence base on the most effective approaches to increase innovation, support high-growth entrepreneurship and accelerate business growth.
What we are looking to fund
The main aim of this call is to fund randomised controlled trials that provide evidence on the best approaches to increase innovation, support high-growth entrepreneurship and accelerate business growth.
This call for proposals is relevant to:
- Programme delivery organizations and operators involved in entrepreneurship training and education programmes, innovation management and commercialization, or other programmes that aim to support innovation, entrepreneurship and business growth; and who are interested in better understanding and evaluating the impact of their interventions, programmes or schemes, or comparing different versions of them. This also includes organisations interested in running experiments within their own organisation in order to improve their innovation processes.
- Researchers interested in designing and conducting randomised controlled trials related to innovation, entrepreneurship and business growth.
The fourth round of the call is now open. Click here to apply.
On Wednesday 28 September at 4:00PM BST we will hold a webinar specially for researchers and organisations interested in applying to the IGL Grants Programme. The webinar will cover the aims of the call and set out what a strong application looks like. There will also be an opportunity to ask questions. To attend, please register here.
The application deadline will be on Monday, 24 October 2016 (5PM EST).
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