Seminar Invitation: Pitfalls for SMEs in protecting and claiming incentives for new developments

Presented by:

  • Joe Seisdedos (Wrays)Wrays
  • Glenn Cosgrave (Bates Cosgrave)
  • Adam Rogers (Swanson Reed)

Join Swanson Reed, Bates Cosgrave and Wrays for a practical workshop that will focus on the problems that every day companies face in protecting, and claiming incentives for their new products.

You will hear from three industry experts on a range of topics, including tax issues, R&D tax incentives and patent protection.

On conclusion of the presentation, participants will have an opportunity to ask the panel any specific questions in a friendly and constructive forum.

 

Time Presentation Presenter
7:00am – 7:30am: Session 1: Protecting Intellectual Property (IP) Joe Seisdedos
7:30am – 8:00am: Session 2: IP & Relevant Tax Considerations Glenn Cosgrave
8:00am – 8:30am: Session 3: R&D Tax Incentives Adam Rogers
8:30am – 9:00am: Session 4: Panel Q&A and Networking Opportunity

 

Joe Seisdedos Glenn Cosgrave Adam Rogers
Joe_seisdedos Glenn Cosgrave Adam Rogers

Sydney Seminar:


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Tuesday, 17th June 2014
7am – 9am
Hilton Sydney
488 George Street
Sydney, 2000

Cost: Free!
Register Before:
 Friday 13th June

Register your interest

Full attendance at this workshop will yield 2 CPE hours towards the Tax Practitioners Board’s (TPB) CPE requirements.

Contact Amy Nolan for more information:

Ph: 02 8006 9155
Mob: 0435 713 493

Are you Eligible to claim R&D? Take our R&D Eligibility Survey and find out.

 

Patents, IP, Tax & R&D Tax Incentive Workshop

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