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DASA to host Engagement Day at Cranfield University

Posted 14 January 2020 · Add Comment

The Defence and Security Accelerator (DASA) is partnering with Cranfield University to hold an engagement day specifically aimed at small to medium-sized enterprises and academia.



Do you have an innovation which could benefit the Ministry of Defence (MoD)? Do you want to know how to get involved with defence?

DASA's aim is to get you to hear about current funding opportunities, gain advice on accessing mentoring and finance and have a chance to question the Armed Forces’ innovation hubs in a panel discussion.

Participants should go away from the day understanding how they can help UK defence and security but more importantly, understand how DASA can support them, through funding, guidance and/or support.

The event is being held on 11th February 2020 at Cranfield University.


To register for the event, sign up here by Friday 31st January.



 

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