Midlands Business. R&D changing landscape and university funding/talent support
LEARN HOW NOT TO FALL FOUL OF HMRCS NEW CHANGES AND UNDERSTAND HOW TO GET ACCESS TO FUNDING AND TALENT FROM THE UNIVERSITY OF BIRMINGHAM.
Join us on our online networking platform, REMO. It’s almost as good as meeting in person!
WHAT’S COVERED ON R&D:
- An update on HMRC’s latest stance on R&D tax incentive claims
- How the upcoming changes in the R&D regime will affect you, making sure you don’t fall foul of the changes
- Insights from a specialist R&D team which has already put £73m back into businesses in the last 5 years
WHAT’S COVERED ON ACCESS TO FUNDING AND TALENT:
- How SMEs can access a wealth of support from the University of Birmingham, tapping into free engineering and scientific expertise
- How collaboration can give Midlands’ SMEs competitor advantage in the race to the solution
- Awareness of skills programmes such as Knowledge Transfer Partnerships and Student/Graduate placements
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TUESDAY• JULY 12th • 9.30am (NETWORKING FROM 9.15am) – 10.30am INCLUDING Q&A
Mark Frost R&D Incentives Partner - Cooper Parry
Mark helps companies claim Research and Development (R&D) financial incentives from the government. Companies don’t need to be setting the world alight to claim these incentives, you know?
You could just be trying to do something a bit different with science or technology, such as developing new or improving existing products or processes. And you don’t even have to succeed! It’s Mark’s job to help you understand the potential and breadth of these generous incentives for your organisation.
Rebecca Prince - Cooper Parry R&D Incentives Senior Manager
Rebecca is a senior manager within the R&D incentives team. This means she talks to businesses, finds out what they do, and helps them identify where they can claim for additional tax reliefs. The relief is available for any business that is forward thinking and innovative, and the benefits can be considerable!
Julian Moore Business Engagement Manager - Birmingham University
Julian is Business Engagement Manager within AMCASH and provides opportunities for SMEs to overcome ‘materials’ related challenges and inspire new product development through access to technical support, world-class facilities and specialist technologies.
Julian studied Business and Marketing at the University of Wolverhampton and following successes within the soft drinks, social housing and community regeneration sectors, has spent the last 21 years championing business support and promoting successful engagements between academia and industry (SMEs) for West Midlands-based higher education establishments.
Mike Small Business Engagement Manager - Birmingham University
Mike is Business Engagement Manager within AMCASH, based at the University of Birmingham’s School of Metallurgy and Materials. Focussed on materials, AMCASH delivers short-term support to enable West Midlands-based SMEs to improve, or create new, products and processes. AMCASH provides access to the University of Birmingham’s materials science expertise and state-of-art facilities.
Mike joined the AMCASH team following ten years in the group marketing department of HVAC giant, BDR Thermea Group. Mike has held management positions in leading companies across a range of industries, including polymers and building products. His roles have involved both working for, and supporting, SMEs within UK- and EU-funded projects.
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