Shepparton Seminar: Funding Innovative Businesses

On 14th September 2017, Saving Point invites you to attend an informative session on funding for innovative businesses.

Boaz Shiponi and David Hill will be presenting on the Research and Development Tax Incentive, Export Market Development Grant, and other government grants and programs.

With the government making considerable investment in innovation, make sure your company is aware of its entitlements.

You are welcome to extend an invitation to any contacts who may be interested in this event.

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Event Details

Date: Thursday 14th September 2017.

Time: 4:30pm - 6pm (with registrations opening at 4pm).

Venue: Parklake Hotel, 481 Wyndham Street, Shepparton VIC 3630.

Cost:
Member: $20.00 per person.
Non-member: $25.00 per person.

RSVP: To register for the event, please click the following link before Friday 8th September 2017.

About Our Presenters

Boaz Shiponi

Founder and Managing Director of Saving Point, Boaz is a Registered Tax Agent.

Prior to founding Saving Point, Boaz served as Finance Director for a company specialising in manufacture and wholesaling of domestic and commercial air conditioners.

This experience, combined with the software development skills evidenced in his creation of proprietary software applications give Boaz a strong understanding of both the software and manufacturing sectors and the R&D Activities involved.

Boaz holds a BA in Economics and Management and an MBA from Bradford University.

David Hill

Having worked as an advisor on the R&D Tax Incentive since 2005, David has a wealth of experience in the preparation and defence of R&D tax claims.

During his time working with a “Big Four” accounting firm, David worked on claims of all sizes from small start-ups and SME’s through to large multi-national companies.

With a background in science, David has expertise in the preparation of R&D claims for manufacturing companies, agribusiness companies, engineering firms and software companies.

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