KPMG is collaborating with Midlands-based research and innovation agency Axillium to boost organisations’ access to R&D incentives and also help identify prospective partnerships with corporates, academia and supply chains to bring new intellectual property, products and services to market. Steven Blacker, Partner in the Claims and Incentives Group at KPMG, said: “R&D incentives are really important in encouraging and rewarding businesses to overcome challenges in their field. Our work with Axillium is all about helping more businesses access and use the funding available to drive innovation and make those advances. Ultimately, this is in line with the Government’s Industrial Strategy to raise total R&D investment to 2.4% of the UK economy over the next eight years and bolster science and technology-led growth.”
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