It’s encouraging to note an overall increase in the uptake of the R&D tax relief scheme across the UK. The level of first time applicants has been on the rise, having doubled in the last five years.
Companies UK-wide have illustrated an ongoing commitment to R&D through a surge in the uptake of the R&D tax relief scheme.
There are two technologies that have been matched against each other to capture the hearts, minds and wallets to the public: Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR). These technologies are alike but stand out in their differences.
While new technologies will create new inspection challenges, they will also offer scope to enhance NDT capabilities
We look at recent white papers analysing the impact of government incentives on R&D.
The Hoyland-based manufacturer is enjoying a business boost thanks to winning a contract to produce specialist parts for jet fighters.
EEF, the manufacturers’ organisation, has announced a new partnership deal with leading R&D tax relief specialist, Jumpstart, to realise additional funding for reinvestment in manufacturing in the East of England.
From ensuring the safety of new spacecraft and lightweight vehicles to supporting the growth of alternative energy and improving manufacturing efficiency, NDT will play a central role in the industries which drive future economic growth.
The worldwide non-destructive testing (NDT) market is growing at over 8% a year and expected to reach almost $10bn by 2021. The need to inspect ageing infrastructure, growing demand for energy and stricter safety standards are all driving this growth.
Work to fix technical problems created by Magento software updates is likely to qualify for tax relief, provided it is carried out before the official patches are released, R&D tax credit experts Jumpstart have confirmed.
Water efficiency is becoming an issue for many industries, with retailers and producers looking at ways of improving the way they utilise their resources. Better waste management not only protects the environment, but it also saves money.
It's not just the arts and humanities that see the creative world flock to Edinburgh in August, we geeks have our own festivals too. And we like to think of ourselves as creative too.
The Space Race is credited to have encouraged the highest rate of research and growth the world has ever known. It is said that the state of technology advanced ten-fold, and this contribution is recognised as a key factor in revolutionising industries far and wide.
The manufacturers’ organisation EEF has announced a new partnership with leading R&D tax relief specialists Jumpstart to encourage greater take-up of tax relief amongst North West companies.
Leading UK research and development tax relief specialist Jumpstart is seeking to bring benefits to members of the premier trade organisation for companies in the UK aerospace, defence, security and space sectors, ADS Group.
Jumpstart, one of the UK’s leading R&D tax relief specialists, has welcomed the contents of the Industrial Strategy Commission’s report – itself a response to the UK government’s consultation on the Industrial Strategy Green Paper.
A manufacturer has won £1 million of new orders thanks to its commitment to delivering complex forgings and machined components.
Jumpstart, one of the UK’s leading R&D tax relief specialists, is to invest in further expansion in the South East area, following the success of the first year of its Slough office.
The electricity system is being transformed by some of the strongest forces it has experienced since the invention of the electromagnet. These forces are converging to completely disrupt how we generate, manage and use electricity in today’s modern world.
Mark Westwood, software technical analyst at R&D tax relief specialists Jumpstart, explains why UK technology companies should investigate their eligibility for R&D tax relief.