How UK businesses can benefit from technology and government support.

Additive manufacturing technologies can create strong value and competitive advantage for organisations through greater flexibility and agility, whilst lowering the costs and risks of production. Whilst most manufacturers can see these benefits and understand the need to evolve their supply chains, many struggle to get over the perceived hurdle of the level of investment required for production grade equipment.

But not anymore: Join this webinar to learn how your business can benefit from additive manufacturing and overcome investment hurdles through UK Government tax incentives and funding support. There has never been a better time to take the next leap forward the evolution of your business.

Attendees will learn:

1. What additive manufacturing is and the benefits the technology brings
2. How additive is helping reshape and digitise struggling supply chains for today’s market needs
3. See use cases of how the additive revolution is creating new opportunities and ways to operate. Something EOS has enabled for more than 30 years
4. Learn the key benefits of the Treasury’s super deduction scheme and how it helps you invest in your future
5. Understand how R&D tax credits work and how investing can directly lower business costs.
Tue, Oct 12, 2021 · 11:00 AM London (GMT 1:00)
Jason Ford
News editor - The Engineer
Davide Iacovelli
Regional Director EMEA - EOS GmbH (Electro Optical Systems)
As the Regional Director EMEA since September 2017, Davide is responsible for the Area Sales business in Europe, Middle East, Africa and managing the European EOS subsidiaries in France, Italy, UK and Sweden.
Since 2020 Davide has established a new department with the aim to further focus on the indirect sales business with Partners and Distributors in EMEA as a crucial pillar of EOS’ Go-To-Market Strategy.
Prior to joining EOS, Davide had 15 years of experience in the Automotive Industry and held various global functions in companies such as Bosch and Continental. He has Dipl. Ing. degree in Mechanical Engineering.
Terri Halstead
Tax Partner - Haines Watts
Terri joined Haines Watts in 2005 after over a decade with KPMG. She specialises in advising entrepreneurs and owned managed businesses on tax to ensure that opportunities are maximized. She provides commercially driven advice on a wide range of tax matters, helping clients meet the challenges of owning and growing their business.

Her expertise covers R&D, Patent Box, employee incentive plans, income tax planning and profit extraction, corporate re-organisations, Family investment company structures and inheritance tax. A major project recently involved advising a manufacturing company on a management buy-out, part of which included securing finance to facilitate the transaction.