Maximising opportunities and benefits through the R&D Tax Credit scheme

Far too many UK manufacturing companies don’t realise that the R&D Tax Credit scheme is relevant to their business.  They are oblivious to the fact that the clever in-house development work they undertake qualifies for R&D Tax Credit funding.  

Manufacturing companies rewarded
The R & D Tax Credit scheme is funded by the EU to reward manufacturing companies for the risk taken in satisfying customers, improving offerings, or solving a customer problem through technological or engineering means. This includes new developments in product and manufacturing processes.

Successful claimants
bd3T   in conjunction with randd UK has helped numerous manufacturing companies across the UK to improve their businesses prospects; bd3T alone technically justifies over £2.5M in successful R&D funding on average each year, including:

bd3T_CS_Leverage_icon_ 04.pdfR&D/Leverage Ltd
“bd3T brought us the opportunities, with minimal input from our side. We had some work to do, but it wasn’t intrusive.”
Alan Tolley, MD of R&D/Leverage Ltd
Read the R&D/Leverage case study

bd3T_CS_MicroMesh_05_iconMicro-Mesh Engineering Ltd
“We can move projects on a lot quicker, and we can have more projects running concurrently, because we know that the money is available to claim.”
James Underwood, Managing Director, Micro-Mesh Engineering Ltd
Read the Micro-Mesh Engineering case study

Get your share of this EU fund. Contact bd3T  today to learn more.

A simple process when you work with experts
If you manufacture and develop products or processes to satisfy customer demands you qualify. If you are eligible to pay Corporation Tax e.g. Limited, not a partnership, regardless of postcode, you qualify. It is a simple process that takes around a day to complete when working with specialists like bd3T working with randd UK who know what is eligible, and not eligible, to claim for.

Broad expertise rewarded
bd3T’s support of company developments extends beyond R&D tax credit claims and includes broader expertise for:

  • Patents and Intellectual Property arising (often identified through the claim process and not spotted by the host company)
  • Identification of high-tech tools and techniques to update and advance companies
  • Running customer trials to prove new technology applications and to satisfy regulation and standards compliance
  • Considering the skills and capabilities of the workforce and their potential to increase their contribution