The R&D Loan scheme has been introduced to encourage R&D-performing businesses to continue R&D programmes in the current economic environment. Recent changes to the R&D Tax Incentive also provide cashflow support to loss-making NZ businesses impacted by COVID-19, helping them to retain their R&D staff and capabilities and continue R&D where possible. Learn about the R&D support now available and how innovative NZ businesses could put this support to good use.
This Techweek TV session is for all NZ businesses that are performing R&D, or planning to undertake R&D in the near future.
You can drop into this event at any time.
This event does not require registration.
Tuesday 28 Jul
12:30pm - 1:00pm
Nicky Molloy is a Business Innovation Advisor in Callaghan Innovation’s
She has more than 20 years’ experience across the agriculture food supply chain, working in early-stage businesses through to growing enterprises, and now supports businesses across these growth stages. Nicky’s driven to help agritech companies access the technology, resources, funding and knowledge they need to become great NZ businesses and to accelerate commercialising their ideas. Over the past few months she’s been supporting businesses impacted by COVID-19, and connecting them with key support, including the just-launched R&D Loan scheme.
Nicola Black leads Callaghan Innovation’s R&D team of experts that assess applications for the Research and Development Tax Incentive (RDTI). Nicola has been involved in the RDTI scheme since its inception in late 2019, and throughout the policy and design stages. She has a strong management background in the finance and advisory space, having worked at a Big 4 advisory firm forever 17 years.