The Infintec Team
A team of experienced professionals who are passionate about technology and innovation.
We cover the entire funding landscape for financing innovation.
We make it happen. We don’t signpost. We deliver.
The Infintec Story
Infintec is here to satisfy a need.
The need of ambitious, growing tech businesses for practical support in accessing funding for financing innovation and growth.
Infintec was founded to support businesses in:
- fulfilling their growth potential
- protecting capital growth
- minimising their costs
We use our technical, commercial and financial expertise to connect you successfully to the right sources of growth funding for financing innovation.
We’re a sister company of MSC R&D – established in 1990 as an expert provider of support in obtaining R&D Tax Relief and R&D Grants for tech businesses.
What makes us unique
- We cover the entire innovation lifecycle – strategy, funding and commercialisation, and we make it happen.
- We don’t signpost. We deliver – working as your partner to access the most appropriate funding and to implement the best growth strategy.
- We’re passionate about growth, technology and innovation.
The majority of our fees are results-based, minimising your financial risk.
We do charge a small fee for our Blitz Process – this helps to ensure that all stakeholders buy into the project. For The Blitz process to work, everyone must do their bit.
Are you an innovative digital tech SME who wants to grow faster? Do you need funding to achieve this?
If so, email us at [email protected]. We’ll get right back to you.
The Infintec Team
People like to deal with people who understand them and can talk their language.
At Infintec we have brought together a team of experienced professionals – each an expert in their field – who are passionate about technology and who have spent more years than they care to remember (in some cases!) successfully supporting digital tech businesses throughout the innovation life cycle.
Nigel is the Managing Director of Infintec (a sister company to MSC R&D), with over forty years’ C level and Chairman experience.
Nigel founded MSC in 1990 with the aim of supporting the innovation of pioneering products and services for technology SMEs. He has developed and delivered solutions across the innovation life cycle – from planning through funding, resourcing and development, to exploitation and exit – and is a leading authority in IP protection and Commercialisation, having developed worldwide sales channels, joint ventures and technology partnerships for a number of major clients, including Microsoft.
Nigel has personally formed two start-up companies in Software Applications, Engineering and Development – becoming market sector leaders before divesting.
After acquiring a Physics B.SC (hons) and AKC from Kings College London, Phil trained at Ernst and Young. Following that, he has worked as a divisional CFO for IBM, later Xyratex, Soco Internal plc, ICO Global plc, Tradition and numerous Angel, VC and PE house backed SMEs in the TMT, Financial Services and Fintech sectors.
He is passionate about innovation in the workplace and works with Boards to release their potential.
Iain has been responsible for the successful launches of a number of new disruptive brands, products and services, involving new value propositions, new channels to market and new partner relationships. He has also applied his marketing expertise to dozens of successful InnovateUK R&D grant projects.
For the last 15 years, Iain has used his experience to support growing tech businesses.
Roger is one of the UK’s leading experts at obtaining R&D grant funding for software and high technology-based projects.
He has expert knowledge of SME funding schemes and has formulated over 500 individual grant submissions.
Key programmes worked on include SPUR, SMART, Eureka, Technology Strategy Board, Innovate UK and the European Framework, CRAFT, Brite Euram and H2020.
In parallel with his grant funding work, Roger has spent the last five years working with VCs, managing Technical Due Diligence projects for an increasing number of firms as a critical part of their investment decision-making process.
Dr Huw Edwards
Huw is a specialist in grants for innovation and commercialisation, providing an expert overview of the innovation funding landscape.
Huw has worked for the European Commission in ICT and Micro & Nano technologies for the Framework/Horizon 2020 programmes for 30 years. He also works as an assessor for the “Council for Europe” EUREKA! Programme and the European EIT/RIS R&D support programmes.
Dr Colin Smythe
Since 1999 Colin has been consulting for the IMS Global Learning Consortium where he is currently the IMS Chief Architect. In 1999 he became a Fellow of the BCS and Chartered Engineer. He is also a Fellow of the IET.
Dr Derek Marriott
His commercial work has revolved around high-performance computing and 3D computer graphics. Consultancy work has seen him working with the likes of nVidia and AMD and all major computer games publishers as well as other creative industries.
He has set up companies relating to technology in the golf industry and provided research work to several sports clients including Adidas.
Derek is a Fellow of the British Computer Society and a Chartered IT Professional. He has an MBA with a particular interest in innovation management and market strategy.
Dr Guillame Peersman
Guillaume received a B.Eng in Electronics and Computer networks from the Institut supérieur d’électronique de Paris in 1996 and was further awarded a PhD in Computer Sciences by the University of Sheffield in 2003. For the past 20 years, he has been involved with several high growth organisations in various positions, from CTO to managing director.
Guillaume has acted as the principal consultant delivering projects for numerous start-ups and venture capitalist firms.