The challenge of innovation plays a key role in the growth of a modern, knowledge-based economy. Britain has taken significant steps towards increasing its quality and quantity of Research and Development (R&D) over the last decade.
The R&D Tax Relief scheme was first introduced in 2000 for SMEs and then in 2002 for Large Companies with the objective of attracting foreign direct R&D investment into the UK and encouraging existing domestic R&D activity.
Whether it is about inventing new products, carrying out ground-breaking research or developing and improving industrial processes, the future of a business depends heavily on the quality and sustainability of investments in innovation. Our goal is to help companies take advantage of existing tools to boost their ability to stay ahead in a globally competitive market.