Media and tech

Media and technology

The media and technology sector has proven time and again that it’s home to some of the most agile, resilient and innovative businesses around. This has continued despite extreme global uncertainty, in the form of creative and technological solutions to urgent worldwide challenges.

We take this agility and creativity into our work with the sector, finding new ways to help businesses improve and expand. Many of our media and technology specialists spent years in the industry, so they understand both the problems you face and the technical solutions to them.

This means that, in addition to our leading audit, tax and consultancy services, we can help you:

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Access appropriate funding by locating suitable financial partners.
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Understand the key tax and business implications of your ownership structure.
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Exploit your intellectual property in the most tax-efficient way.
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Incentivise staff and establish incentive programmes to improve retention.
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Overcome funding constraints so your business can reach its full potential.

Whether you’re a start-up, an established multinational business or somewhere in between, contact our team to discuss your needs.

David Blacher David Blacher

Regional Managing Partner, London

Saxon Moseley

Partner, Head of Technology

Mandy Girder Mandy Girder

Associate Director, Head of Media

Ben Bilsland Ben Bilsland

Partner and Media and Technology Senior Analyst

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