A retail interior developer has received over £170,000 in R&D tax credits for a first claim for two years. The company develops, manufactures and installs bespoke retail interiors, specialising in highly demanding and technically challenging luxury brands such as Chanel, Dior, and Michael Kors. These can be found in stand-alone high street stores, department store concessions and airport lounges.
A talented team have the skills to be able to turn a sketch or a conversation into detailed working drawings, prototypes and mock-ups. Extensive manufacturing facilities enable the company to fulfil most material types, jointing systems and functional systems including state-of-the-art CNC machining, an in-house spray shop and prototype build capabilities. The team are highly skilled in working with a wide range of materials, continuously pushing boundaries to create the finest quality finishes, excellently fitted and functionality, such as innovative lighting within very difficult and demanding space or facilities constraints.
R&D tax credits sustain the company’s business model as the company take on challenging ideas at their own risk, developing the products and processes necessary for what they believe will meet the customer brief, in the belief that the customer will buy once the final result is approved.