The RAPID Challenge wouldn't be possible without the support of the following partners. 

Founding Partner


Prodrive is one of the largest independent, full capability motorsport & advanced engineering organisations in the world. Prodrive Ventures is the investment arm of Prodrive, injecting business and technical input to support early stage businesses in delivering innovative and commercially sustainable propositions.

Lead Partner

TBAT Innovation

TBAT Innovation offer a range of funding services that are crucial to helping companies succeed with their R&D projects. They have expert knowledge of accessing UK and EU grant funding and R&D tax credit submissions. TBAT have over 17 years experience assisting businesses to obtain the funding they need to develop cutting-edge innovative products, processes and services.


Crowdcube is the world's first and largest equity crowdfunding platform. We enable entrepreneurs to raise finance with the added benefit of being backed by everyday investors. For investors, Crowdcube provides a way to hand-pick a stake in an innovative business that traditionally would have been restricted to corporate investors.

The IP Asset Partnership

The IP Asset Partnership Limited is a specialist practice of Patent Attorneys and Legal Practitioners with extensive commercial experience. We are passionate about helping our clients create, manage, enforce and deploy their IP, applying our collective skills, expertise and industrial experience to bring a sharp commercial focus. 

Clayden Law

Clayden Law is a team of experts in information technology, data privacy and cybersecurity law. From their base in the Thames Valley Clayden Law's specialist lawyers concentrate on delivering the best legal expertise combined with a practical hands-on approach you can trust. 

Media Partner


DEVELOP3D Magazine gets hands on with the very latest in product development technology and shows how it can help leading design and engineering firms take products from concept all the way to manufacture and operation.


Key topics range from 3D CAD/CAM/CAE software and workstation technology to 3D printing, reverse engineering and design visualization.


DEVELOP3D is available in print, PDF, online and on the iPhone/iPad. The magazine features a bold contemporary design and is FREE to UK subscribers.

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