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Exploring access to Innovation Funding - Food, Drink and Agritech

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This event will support SMEs from the Food & Drink and Agritech sectors to explore available funding for innovation through R&D tax reliefs

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Join The Agri-tech Growth and Resources for Innovation project and Integrity Taxation for an informative online free to attend workshop that will take you through step by step how R&D tax relief could apply to the work you do within your business every day.

Are you a food and drink producer or tech development company of any size?

Are you creating or improving:

• Systems

• Processes

• Products

• Materials

• Devices

• Software

If you have answered YES to the above then you could be entitled to additional funding for the work you are already doing.

Book your place on our free to attend webinar that will take you through step by step:

• What Research and Development Reliefs (Tax Credits) are

• How they apply to your business

• Who is eligible to claim

• And how you go about doing so

Research and Development reliefs are available for businesses of all sizes to apply for; Micro, small, medium and large – everyone can potentially tap into this additional funding for innovative activity.

The webinar will also take a look at:

• 2021 Budget Update for the agriculture and food and drink sector

• Tax planning tips for the 2021/22 financial year

This webinar is being run in partnership between Integrity Taxation; a growing and innovative firm of Chartered Certified Accountants and Chartered Tax Advisers based in Telford, and AGRI Project; an innovation support programme run in partnership between Aston University and Harper Adams University - part funded by the European Regional Development Fund, providing free business support to SMEs in the Shropshire and Telford & Wrekin area.

You can book your place to attend by clicking the registration button above. Once registered, 24-48 hours before the event is due to take place you will receive joining instructions via email from the organiser. We look forward to seeing you on the 21st April at 8am.

If you have any questions please email agri@harper-adams.ac.uk or info@agri.org.uk

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