RECYCLABLE PACKAGING: THE BARRIERS. THE BENEFITS - 22 APRIL, 1-2PM
RECYCLABLE PACKAGING: THE BARRIERS. THE BENEFITS
AN INTIMATE ROUNDTABLE CHAT HOSTED BY COOPER PARRY R&D
To keep pace with green goals, a stomach-rumbling public appetite to recycle, and performance improvements to shelf life and structural strength, the packaging industry is evolving. Fast.
And with the Plastic Packaging Tax expected to land in April 2022, targeting any plastic packaging produced in, or imported into the UK that doesn’t contain at least 30% recycled plastic, that evolution won’t be slowing down any time soon.
Where there are challenges, change and innovation, often, there’s a lot of R&D. And that’s why the Cooper Parry R&D Incentives team are hosting this roundtable event, 22 April, 1 – 2pm, to discuss the potential barriers and considerable financial benefits linked to the packaging industry’s move to more recycled content.
If you’re interested in coming along, let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Date: 22/04/2021 – 1:00pm – 2:00pm
Ece Akser R&D Incentives Director
Ece is a Director and leads our R&D Incentives offering in London.
Ece joined Cooper Parry in 2019, having spent 13 years in R&D tax with various Big 4 practices as a fully dedicated practioner. Ece was a Senior Scientist in Procter & Gamble’s technical centre, with over 5 years experience in developing and delivering multi-million dollar projects concept to on-shelf, through the total supply chain. Ece is a Material Science & Engineering graduate, having completed both a PhD and MEng (1st Class Honours) at Imperial College, London. She has experience in preparing claims across practically all sectors, as well as companies of a variety of sizes and structures.
Rebecca Prince R&D Incentives Senior Manager
Whether you are a small company supplying a niche packaging sector, or a large-scale packaging manufacturer, you are likely to be able to benefit from the R&D incentives scheme.
The chances are you are continually developing your range to deliver new solutions to reduce waste, be more sustainable, use new materials or to be more economical to meet the ever-evolving trends and customer demands.
You may also be by employing new technologies in your production processes to increase efficiencies and take your business to the next level.
I have been fortunate enough to work with many local businesses who have been doing just this. Through working with them to we have made successful R&D incentive claims to release cash to encourage more innovation in this industry.
I would love to chat with you to discuss what you are doing and how we can work together to make a claim to benefit your business
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