Researchers in the arts have been invited to enter the research councils' first joint business plan competition. The winners will receive £25,000, while all entrants will benefit from mentoring and training.
In the past, the councils have run competitions individually or in pairs, but this year all seven have joined the Arts and Humanities Research Board to offer one prize.
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