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Research, development and innovation in the food and drink sector
Stuart McCallum

12 September 2019

In this webinar, Stuart McCallum and James Tetley, two RSM partners whose sector experience has been built over many years by serving the needs of their food and drink clients, talk through the innovation trends currently taking place in the industry and give some examples of how some of these activities can qualify for R&D tax relief.

Scotland food and drink

15 August 2018

The food and drink industry in Scotland is booming following 10 years of growth. The sector is working towards a shared objective to double the value of the industry to £30billion by 2030. Collaboration continues to be critical, from farm to plate, to position food and drink as Scotland’s most valuable industry at home and abroad. Discover what lies ahead, in the views of industry experts.

Tax breaks plough nearly £4bn back into UK creative industry
James Tetley

23 July 2018

New statistics reveal that HMRC paid out £868m in creative sector tax relief during 2017/18 (£3.7bn since the reliefs were introduced).

Get ready for Industry 4.0
Mike Thornton

Industry 4.0 is not just about embracing new digital technologies. Firms also need the right processes, policies and people to drive change. Discover the critical actions you should take to embed digital change across your firm.

New figures show significant disparities in regional and sector R&D activity
James Tetley

27 February 2018

New data published by HMRC has highlighted significant disparities in R&D tax relief claims across different UK regions and sectors.

Stuart McCallum

Partner

Stuart works within the business advisory team in Glasgow where he supports clients strategic plans/growth aspirations.

RSM responds to Scotland Food and Drink strategy
Stuart McCallum

27 March 2017

Responding to Scotland Food and Drink’s 2030 vision, Stuart McCallum, RSM’s head of food and drink team in Scotland, said: ‘Scotland Food and Drink’s new strategic plan for the sector builds on the momentum of the previous framework.

James Tetley

Partner

James is a tax partner based in our Southampton office. He is experienced in advising owner managed, private equity backed and larger listed businesses.

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