Public funding can help your business undertake specific research and development projects.
Various types of public funding are available to support business innovation, especially with regard to research and development (R&D). Small businesses, in particular, can find grants and tax incentives to be very valuable, as they are sources of finance that don’t need to be repaid and don’t dilute business equity.
In tomorrow’s talk at the City Business Library David Farbey, a Senior Technical Consultant for R&D tax and grant writing specialists Myriad Associates looks at some government funded sources of grant finance as well as HMRC initiatives that can reduce a company’s Corporation Tax bill.
Date & Time: Wed 17 October 2018: 10:30 – 12:30 BST
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