Because innovation never stops
Releasing you to innovate
Technological developments are changing the world faster than ever before. And if your business doesn’t innovate to keep up with these changes, you could get left behind.
At MPA we know that every day demands can take your time and resource making it difficult to develop ideas. And this is where we can help.
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Your innovation fuelled by our strengths
We are the only professional services business that specialises in all aspects of innovation. So you can come to us for advice, expertise and strategies to grow your business. We can help you maximise your financial resources through accounting, tax credits, funding opportunities, and investments. That’s just the start. Our tailored services will help you meet your business goals — whatever they are.Learn More
Patent Box is a government scheme that pays businesses to invest in innovation. This could enable you to pay a reduced Corporation Tax rate of 10% on profits — if they come from the sale of products or services containing a qualifying patented innovation.Learn More
We know that your business is built on more than just numbers. It’s built on people, ideas and hard work. So as part of our accounting service, we’ll assign you a personal account manager who’ll take the time to really get to know your business and your goals.Learn more
By partnering with MPA, you’ll benefit from our expertise in R&D tax credits and Patent Box — which means we’ll support you making the high value claims that will help you provide an enhanced service to your clients.Learn more
Investing in future technologies
Supporting UK innovation
We believe that innovation can make a difference, leaving the world a slightly better place. UK business are best placed to make a great impression on the global stage and by paying as much attention to the impact that innovation can make, as we do to its technical brilliance, our experience and expertise transforms that potential into reality.
Ben Rigby Creative Director, Haberdashery
MPA have changed the way we approach research and development; we are more adventurous and ambitious, pushing the boundaries of the types of R&D we do.
Since 2004, we have worked with more than 2,000 UK businesses, helping them unlock creativity and innovation and see their businesses grow. Such ideas make a difference to the world we live in and we are proud to tell their stories. Read some of our case studies below.
Changing the world, one innovation at a time.
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Scientists have designed a flying robot using real pigeon feathers, that can manoeuvre in the air as nimbly as a bird.
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