Sheffield City Region Breakfast Club Tuesday 17th June 2014

30th May 2014

Hart Shaw Chartered Accountants and Reynolds Trade Credit, in association with Swindell & Pearson Patent and Trade Mark Attorneys are delighted to announce the next Sheffield City Region Breakfast Club, which is taking place at the Aston Hotel in Rotherham between 8:00am and 9:15am on Tuesday 17th June 2014.

The format of the meeting is open networking followed by a short discussion and Q&A session. The topic for discussion at this event is 'The Patent Box' and will be delivered by group member Paul Chapman, Patent Attorney at Swindell & Pearson. The Patent Box is a tax relief that was introduced as an incentive to companies to commercialise existing patents and to develop new patented products. Find out how much tax your business might save, what is required to qualify for the Patent Box and what is involved in the patenting process. As ever, we aim to keep the presentation time short, focussing on networking and discussion opportunities between group members. Full details are: •Date: Tuesday 17th June 2014 •Time: 8:00am for breakfast sandwiches and open networking, followed by a brief presentation, with Q&A and further networking until 9:15am •Venue: Aston Hotel, Britannia Way, Rotherham, S60 5BD The breakfast club is FREE to attend and you are very welcome to bring a guest or a colleague. To confirm your attendance please contact Brendan Hall at Hart Shaw on T: 0114 251 8872 or email: brendan.hall@hartshaw.co.uk. Places are limited so please book early to avoid disappointment.

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