At a time of economic uncertainty, funding can be vital to a company’s growth and even survival. So ask yourself two questions:
- In the last three years, have you been developing new products, processes or services (or modifying existing ones)?
- During these projects, did you spend money on staff, materials, externally supplied workers such as agency staff, subcontractors or software?
If you have answered 'yes' to the above, we urge you to attend our webinar which discusses the benefits of R&D tax credits as there is a good chance you could qualify for this valuable relief. With the average claim for a UK SME standing at £57,000, the benefits could help future-proof your business.
Currently, only around 5% of eligible businesses are claiming this invaluable relief. You don’t need a laboratory, an R & D department, or a science focussed business. Successful claims have been made across all sectors from hospitality to manufacturing and everything in between.
Join us to find out more information on the relief and its qualifying criteria and gain valuable insight from our panel of R&D experts who will be on hand to answer any queries.
We shall also be joined by Mark Williams of North Wales design and manufacturing business LIMB-art who will share his experience of applying for and receiving R&D tax credit.
- Lee Ford, access2funding
- Matthew Jones, LimestoneGrey
- Gary Johnson, Innovation Relief Specialists Limited
- Mark Williams, LIMB-art
- Chinara Rustamova, FSB Senior Policy Adviser, R&D / Taxation specialist
- Rob Basini, FSB Wales
When you register to attend you can submit questions for our speakers in advance. FSB members and non-members are welcome to attend this free support session, and please share with your networks if you think they might be interested in attending.
For general enquiries regarding the event please email Andrea Hilditch or call 07917 162779
Within 1 hour of booking you should receive your booking confirmation email with a link to join the Zoom session on the day. If you do not receive this please email Andrea Hilditch or call 07917 162779.
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