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Funding & Collaboration for Business Innovation

Join us virtually on the 13th & 14th October for one of our key events of the year.

We’ll be working through: 

  • Disruptive Technologies Innovation Fund (DTIF)
  • In-house Funding Programmes
  • Tax Incentives
  • RD&I Grants
  • Business Innovation
  • Collaboration Supports
  • Accessing RD&I Skills
  • Industry case studies sharing experiences of participating in various programmes

More details & booking by clicking here. 

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R&D Tax Credit Webinar Series

To reflect the new way of working, we are restructuring our popular R&D Tax Credit clinics, and moving them online. Commencing on 23rd April, we will host 3 one-hour webinars over 3 weeks, available exclusively to IRDG member companies.

We have divided the content on the basis of 3 distinct areas within R&D Tax Credits, and each one is available to be booked separately.
1. Focus on the Financial Elements – 23rd April – 10am to 11am
2. Scientific Criteria & …

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R&D Grants & Tax Credits

Our thanks to all member companies who responded to our recent survey on R&D Grants and Tax Credits.  The purpose of the survey was to

  • Understand the level of take-up of R&D grant schemes and factors influencing companies participating in them, and to
  • Understand the percentage of members availing of Tax Credits and the reason(s) for participating or not

We achieved a 53% response rate which was very positive and ensures that our report is representative of our members perspectives.…

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Budget 2012 – positive R&D tax credit changes

Budget 2012 – positive R&D tax credit changes

The Minister for Finance has announced this week some very positive changes to the R&D Tax Credit scheme. These will benefit both SME’s and larger companies.

The influence of IRDG is clear to be seen in today’s announcement as the suggestions were largely contained in submissions made by IRDG during 2012 and were discussed at a recent meeting with Revenue. IRDG will continue to engage with Revenue between now and the Finance Bill and thereafter to ensure the detail associated …

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