High participation at the conference on fiscal incentives for beneficiaries of the Industrial Doctorates Plan
Over 70 people from the business world filled the ACCIÓ conference room
The purpose of the conference was to explain to companies benefiting from the Industrial Doctorates Plan the different possible strategies to maximise the tax benefits associated with executing R&D&I projects and contracting research personnel.
Mr Carles Miranda, manager of the ACCIÓ Business Innovation Unit welcomed attendees. He was followed by Mr Joan Francesc Córdoba, from the Industrial Doctorates Plan Executive Committee, who explained what the Plan consisted of, a speech aimed especially at companies not yet involved.
Ms Eugenia Guerrero, manager of R&D Projects at ACCIÓ’s Business Innovation Unit, followed by Mr Gerardo Malvido from the Spanish Association for Standardisation and Certification (AENOR), explained the system of tax incentives for innovation and ACCIÓ’s tax incentive support programme, as well as new tax rules for innovation projects, deductions and rebates for beneficiaries of the Industrial Doctorates Plan.
The event concluded with a Q and A session where attendees had the opportunity to clear up doubts arising over the course of the day.