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‘Invisibility cloak’ investment can drive growth
Scotland aims to be leader in 5G technology

Scotland aims to be leader in 5G technology

It has been suggested that 5G could enable Scotland to add around £17 billion to GDP by 2035 and create 160,000 jobs.

UK tech firms secure record foreign investment

UK tech firms secure record foreign investment

Fast-growing UK tech companies secured a ‘staggering’ £5.5 billion in investment in the seven months of 2019.

Corporation Tax Quarterly Instalment Payments (QIPs)

Corporation Tax Quarterly Instalment Payments (QIPs)

Corporation Tax is usually paid within 9 months and one day after the accounting period of your previous financial year. However, if your company has profits over or just below £1.5 million in an accounting period you may fall into the Quarterly Instalment Payments (QIPs) regime and be required to pay your Corporation Tax in quarterly instalments.

Expanding rewards for innovative companies

Expanding rewards for innovative companies

While the tax giveaways in the Chancellor’s Autumn Budget stole the headlines, a significant amount of his much-anticipated presentation focused on the ways he hoped to improve the nation’s productivity performance and outlook.

Innovation investment driving environmental benefits

Innovation investment driving environmental benefits

As businesses plan to contribute to a more sustainable future with advanced efforts, we asked companies for their views on the role of environmental issues in decisions about innovation investment.

UK businesses fail to protect their innovation

UK businesses fail to protect their innovation

A government study reveals that a surprisingly low number of UK businesses protect their valuable innovations through patents, according to a recent report from the Intellectual Property Office.

‘Invisibility cloak’ investment can drive growth

‘Invisibility cloak’ investment can drive growth

In this interview with the Telegraph online, Mike Price talks about the alarming number of companies who still don't identify their work as innovation, and the potentially huge consequences this can have.