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WEBINAR: Using Government Schemes to Fund your Innovation!

10 February 2021 - 10 February 2021
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

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Join TBAT Directors, Matt Symonds and Sam Stephens to get the latest updates on funding and Tax Relief opportunities for your innovative projects in the Health & Life Sciences sector!

The new year has signified many changes for the Grant Funding landscape, most notably, the EU Funding opportunities available to UK businesses.

2021 also brings with it a new financial year for R&D Tax Relief claims, as well as new R&D Tax legislation that will come into effect on 1st April 2021.

In this webinar, we’ll look at the current opportunities available to your business, as well as how these changes will affect you looking further into 2021.

The webinar will cover:
– Current Grant Funding Opportunities
– EU Funding Changes
– Claiming R&D Tax Relief
– R&D Tax Legislation changes
– Could your business utilise Capital Allowances?

DURATION: 1 hour

Speaker Profiles:

Matt Symonds, Managing Director, TBAT Innovation Ltd
Matt joined TBAT Innovation in 2007 and shortly after became a Director of the business. Since, he has assisted many organisations large and small across a variety of sectors to access UK and EU grant funding to further enable innovation. He has a mechanical engineering degree and is an experienced project manager as a result of ten years’ experience in the Aerospace, Power Generation and Rail sectors with companies like Rolls-Royce and Bombardier Transportation.

 

Sam Stephens, Director, TBAT Innovation Ltd
Sam founded TBAT in 2002. As a founding Director of the business, Sam heads up the R&D Tax Credit team. He began his career at Rolls-Royce Aerospace as a graduate and manufacturing engineer and has continued that passion about engineering, innovation and new technology throughout his career and personal life

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