In this first episode, we look into what The FI Group UK offer to their clients, the scale of our business and we speak to one of our clients, Pedro Martinez, Head of Finance atEveris, a dedicated consulting and outsourcing IT company, about how we have collaborated with them, to support their growth and save them money on R&D tax.
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In this episode, we look at The FI Group’s international presence to get a better understanding of the support they provide to their clients across the Globe. The FI Group in Spain has over 20 years of experience, while the Italian and UK businesses are a growing market. This episode explores the similarities and differences between the businesses and explains how the process of claiming R&D tax credit globally.
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What R&D tax credit is & why should companies claim for it? The FI Group are leaders in the field when it comes to R&D & want to help you better understand why it will benefit your business. Leon, a business development manager, speaks to Amber Farrington, an R&D Tax consultant, about what industries are entitled to R&D tax credit, information people should collect before contacting The FI Group & the average amount companies receive.
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The significance of R&D within the aerospace sector
In this week’s episode, we look in detail at the aerospace sector and how this industry utilises R&D support by looking at some exciting projects. Joining our host Amber Farrington is Oliver Newton, an Aerospace Policy Advisor at ADS Group, who represent the aerospace, defence, security and space industries in the U.K. Alongside him, Utsav Oza, Senior Consultant and Technical Team Lead at AKKA Technologies, who tackle a large range of aerospace and aviation challenges.
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