R&D incentives are vital government growth fuel for all risk-taking companies using science or technology to gain new knowledge, or overcome a limitation or a problem.
It doesn’t matter what size you are or what sector you’re in – R&D can take place everywhere. If your company is developing new products, processes, services, systems or devices, then it’s likely you could benefit.
Ready to Launch your first R&D claim?
If you’ve claimed R&D tax credits previously, either with us, internally or with a different provider, then check out our Enhance R&D tax claim service.
By answering quick-fire questions on the day-to-day projects within your business, we tell you if you’re eligible for one or more of the government’s four main R&D incentives: R&D tax credits, grants, patent box, and research and development allowance (RDA).
With a background in law, Andy worked in legal insurance for several years, before pursuing a career in tax. His most recent role was tax manager for the UK’s largest specialist R&D credit agency. Andy plays a vital role in communicating R&D tax strategies to ensure optimal client value, whilst providing practical solutions to highly technical tax legislation. His proactive approach is key to us remaining ahead of the curve, keeping the team constantly active in learning new skills and expanding our knowledge.
In his spare time, Andy enjoys walking the dog, writing geography-related quiz questions and spending time with his daughter.
Vishnu joined Kene Partners having completed his studies of Materials Science and Engineering MEng at Imperial College London. His areas of specific study included: Nanotechnology, Structural Ceramics, and Advanced 3D modelling.
His current role as a senior R&D tax consultant involves working closely with multiple clients and project teams predominantly in manufacturing, engineering, construction and software.
Jack has a background in Chemical Engineering, completing his Master’s degree in 2019. Before joining Kene Partners, Jack worked for KPMG as an auditor.
Since joining us, Jack has worked on a variety of clients, ranging from construction to software, each with exciting and pioneering projects.
In his spare time, Jack enjoys running and boxing as well as watching sports such as cricket and football.
With a background in civil and environmental engineering, Saniya won first place for her design and operational planning of a Soil Treatment Plant, part of the 6th Korea-Kazakhstan International Seminar on Energy and Industrial Cooperation.
At Kene Partners, Saniya is highly focused on writing technical R&D tax claim reports for clients of all shapes and sizes, crafting bespoke narratives that hold up under HMRC scrutiny.
With experience from both academia and industry, Arwyn joined Kene Partners from an agri-tech start-up using materials science. Prior to this role, he graduated with a PhD in Chemical Engineering from Imperial College London, having worked on an industrial project funded by BP-International Centre for Advanced Materials (ICAM).
Using his core expertise, Arwyn has extensive experience preparing claims for our construction clients, with an unrivalled ability to grasp technical language to fully quantify relevant R&D activities.
During his spare time, he enjoys running or can be found following any form of rugby, football or cricket.
At Kene Partners, our fees reflect the quality of the service we provide. We always want to offer value, and our rates are an honest and competitive reflection of what we do – we apply the same diligence, rigour, and consistency to all our work. But we won’t cut corners or sacrifice client service in order to be that ‘cheap’ R&D consultancy.
As part of our commitment to outstanding service, we invest in our highly skilled and educated team of engineers, sector specialists, chartered tax advisers, and R&D specialists – our fees allow us to maintain that commitment.
Our full-service, end-to-end R&D tax claims are success-based. The fee is charged as a percentage of the claim which we agree upon before any work takes place. This fee covers the full scope of work including technical workshop(s), information gathering, report writing and full support in the event of an enquiry from HMRC. You will also be appointed a dedicated project manager who will be on hand to assist throughout the claims process.
If you would like to get a quote for the cost of our services, please get in touch as we assess on a case-by-case basis to suit your needs.