How Your Clients Can Fund Even More Innovation

For non-VAT or non-member bookings please email the events team.

Event information

How Your Clients Can Fund Even More Innovation
Start date Tuesday, November 20, 2018 12:30 PM
End date Tuesday, November 20, 2018 01:30 PM
CPD Points 1.0
Price Non Member £72.00 (Includes £12.00 VAT)
Member £48.00 (Includes £8.00 VAT)

This 30 – 40 minute webinar, delivered by TBAT Innovation Director Sam Stephens, will highlight the key sources of funding available to companies to help them to innovate and grow. It will also identify where possible funding can be secured to cover patent and IP fees.

The UK is a great place for companies to innovate and successive governments have improved the funding and tax breaks available to R&D intensive companies year on year. From tax breaks for investors through the EIS and SEIS investment schemes, the range of grants underpinning may key technology sectors to pump prime ideation and new product development, R&D Tax incentives to reward innovation and then Patent Box to further reward commercialisation and ongoing R&D activities. 

The webinar will touch on all four areas giving a brief background to the scheme, the benefit to the company, opportunities to Patent and IPR professional service companies and hints and tips of how to access the funds with the narrative accompanied by appropriate anecdotes and case studies.

This is an opportunity to expand your knowledge of how companies can fund innovation and how your organisation can benefit.

Speaker Information

Sam Stephens is the founding director of TBAT Innovation, a team of 20 consultants, and has worked for many organizations, of all shapes and sizes to secure them funding, R&D Tax Credits, raising investment and guiding them through successful innovation to commercialisation and patent box. A passionate engineer from an early age building lawnmower powered go-karts and radio controlled planes, his career has seen him working in the aerospace, nuclear and power engineering sectors. This passion continues today through vintage and classic car restoration.