Lunch and Learn: Government Funding for Manufacturers and Technology Companies – SR&ED Program

October 3, 2019 @ 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm
YSpace Markham
169 Enterprise Boulevard
3rd Floor

About the Presentation

In this Lunch & Learn workshop, we will discuss the Scientific Research & Experimental Development (SR&ED) incentive program, which is the biggest source of Canadian government funding for both technology companies and manufacturers in a variety of industries.

Canada’s Scientific Research and Experimental Development (SR&ED) program provides small and medium-sized CCPCs (Canadian controlled public corporations) with an annual fully refundable 35% tax credit on up to $3 million of qualifying expenditures related to scientific research and experimental development in a variety of industries.

In all, the program pays out more than $3 billion in tax credit incentives to over 20,000 claimants annually.

Speaker Dmitry Brusilovsky is a founder of SRED Unlimited, a boutique consulting company specializing in securing SR&ED tax credits and refunds.

About the Presenter

Dmitry Brusilovsky - Founder and SR&ED Technical Director

Dmitry has a Master of Science Degree in Computer Science, and prior to the founding of SRED Unlimited —and to his work in the field of SR&ED in general—gained many years of software engineering experience. Since then, he has worked for over 14 years on SR&ED applications. In addition to administrative duties, he also personally works on SR&ED applications for many of SRED Unlimited’s software and technology clients.