The Innovation Workshops, give you the tools you need to successfully take your idea to market. Learn about prototyping, crowd-funding, IP, manufacturing, sales and distribution from the experts. If you have an idea but aren’t sure how to take it forward then make sure you book now book now as spaces are limited!  We keep these events small so you have plenty of opportunity to meet the speakers and other delegates. The event will include seminars, Q&A sessions, networking opportunities and refreshments.

We have partnered with Trevor Baylis Brands to bring you this event.  The name is synonymous with innovation and they have 30 years of experience with helping entrepreneurs and inventors.



DATE: 17th January 2019

TIME: 6.00pm to 9.15pm

LOCATION: Kilburn & Strode LLP

Lacon London, 84 Theobalds Road, London, WC1X 8NL




6.00pm – Phil Staunton
Welcome/Commercial Success


6.30pm – Tom Hamer
IP/ Trademarks/Patents


7.00pm – Nik Venois


7.30pm – Q&A’S
Ask the Experts


8.00pm – Interval

Short break/Refreshments


8.15pm – Nick Christie

Sales /Distribution


8.4pm – Barry Freeder
Guest Speaker – Couch Coaster


9.15pm – Carriages



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How to fund an idea – D2M Guide to Funding

D2M Innovation has helped many clients achieve funding for their design concepts from a range of sources. We have pitched alongside clients to angel investors, secured government grants and worked with partner companies on patent box and R&D tax relief. All these funding routes have particular nuances: this document is designed to inform you of the best funding opportunities currently available and help you to avoid the traps some clients have previously fallen into.

Our team of product developers have put together a comprehensive FREE guide to funding handbook for entrepreneurs that cover a vast array of topics including:

  • Government Funding
  • SEIS
  • Smart Grant
  • Wellcome Trust
  • Prince’s Trust
  • Regional Funding Opportunities
  • Buisiness West/Gloucestershire Chamber of Commerce
  • Welsh European Funding Office
  • Development Bank of Wales
  • Scottish Enterprise
  • Invest Northern Ireland
  • Approaching Investors
  • Crowd Funding
  • Research and Development
  • VAT

And much more ….

This Ebook is a must read for all entrepreneurs that are looking for ways to fund a new idea.

Download the FREE Ebook today – Click here

MVR – Crowdfunding an innovative VR idea

MVR Blog Post One Step Beyond – How MVR aim to revolutionise Virtual Reality Often, projects come to our studio that present interesting and genuinely innovative propositions from budding entrepreneurs with vision, enthusiasm and the drive to introduce breakthrough concepts into highly competitive industries. Having worked with MVR for over a year now developing an innovative virtual reality headset, it’s clear to me that MVR Global are a start-up with this vision.


The product, the Ascend virtual reality headset, is a project that challenges the notion that the emerging virtual reality gaming market can only ever be for new experiences. One great drawback of current generation VR hardware is that it forgets everything that came before it, instead focusing on upcoming titles and bespoke (and often forgettable) mini-games. Sachin, Sachin and Koonal, who form the MVR Global team, had a clear insight that resonated with my own opinions. The fact that, for many gamers, experiences on previously released games form the foundation of their favourite memories and that nostalgia is something the games industry has been capitalising upon for a few years now with HD remasters of games sometimes 10 – 15 years old and the likes of Sony and Microsoft implementing cloud streaming systems for their consoles that allow players to replay older games. By conceptualising the industry’s first backwards compatible VR product, the MVR team are aiming to go one step further. More than just replaying older games, they want players to completely re-experience the places and characters, the highs of victory and the lows of defeat in games they so fondly remember from a truly new perspective, in first person virtual reality. This ambitious vision has bought with it some great challenges that we’ve worked hard to overcome during the research and development period.


To ensure compatibility with games not specifically designed for VR head-movement control, we’ve needed to implement 2D and 3D lens solutions for smartphone screen mirroring technology as well as working closely with a UK based electronics development firm, CircuitWorx, to develop a totally unique system for translating gyroscopically measured head-movement into traditional control input that any game, past or present, can interpret. With working prototypes of the electronics, headset and controllers, MVR recently exhibited alongside industry giants at EGX, the UK’s largest video games Expo, and are now looking to the future with the aim of launching their crowdfunding campaign on Kickstarter in the coming months. I’m excited for the future of the project, there is still a lot of work to be done, but with the product taking shape quickly and momentum building, watch this space! You can back MVR Ascend on Kickstarter