We are pleased to announce that Steve Govey, Partner and Head of Research & Development (R&D) Tax Relief at Beavis Morgan, will be presenting at this year’s Manufacturing & Supply Chain Conference & Exhibition taking place on 25 June at Arena MK, Milton Keynes.
Steve, a qualified engineer and accountant, specialises in the successful application of R&D Tax Relief and has helped many businesses make significant claims when they were previously unaware they could. He will be presenting in the Innovation in Manufacturing segment of the conference, and will be focussing on debunking the myths around R&D Tax Relief, a valuable but largely untapped financial resource for UK manufacturing.
In a world of interconnected devices and smart factories, the ability of a manufacturer to innovate and adapt to its customers’ requirements is vital. For many manufacturers, the road to innovation starts with R&D. Manufacturing companies must overcome significant obstacles in the research and development arena if they are to maintain a strong market position. This is where R&D Tax Relief has proved to be a major boost to British business and, with Brexit looming, it is more important than ever that companies seek ways to unlock cash from innovation to help fund research and development into the ongoing enhancement of existing products and services.
With a 100 per cent success record, Steve’s proven methodology offers a seamless approach towards obtaining government money back for innovation, and he will be sharing some of his advice and tips with delegates at the event.
Steve will be speaking at 11.15am and delegates are invited to register online.
If you would like to arrange a private initial free consultation with Steve Govey either at the conference or on another day, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0207417 0417.
The Manufacturing & Supply Chain Conference & Exhibition is a technology to industry event organised by Premier Publishing & Events. It brings together, national and international technology and hardware providers across high-tech manufacturing, precision and industrial engineering, industry 4.0, robotics, automation, 3D composites, supply chain, logistics, QEHS, R&D, sustainability, industrial engineering and their individually related vertical sectors. For more information or to register free of charge, visit www.manufacturingevent.co.uk.