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While Canada scores high on the level of research and development, the commercialization rate of Canadian new-to-market products is among the lowest of OECD countries. This means that Canadian businesses and the government are not receiving the full value of their investment in R&D. The following series examines multiple options available to Canadian companies to bridge the major commercialization gaps in the Manufacturing, ICT, and Agri-Food industries to maximize the return on R&D investment.


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While Canada scores high on the level of research and development, the commercialization rate of Canadian new-to-market products is among the lowest of OECD countries. This means that Canadian businesses and the government are not receiving the full value of their investment in R&D. The following series examines multiple options available to Canadian companies to bridge the major commercialization gaps in the Manufacturing, ICT, Agri-Food and the Healthcare industries to maximize the return on R&D investment.


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Among the companies that invest in government funding initiatives, many do not receive the full value of their application due to the complexity and resource needs of post application requirements, which can make or break your application. However, a full understanding of these requirements can ensure that the time and resources that your company has dedicated to the initial application provide a maximum return on your investment. The following is the final article in a four part series that goes behind the scenes of major Government Funding processes, including Grant Reconciliation and SR&ED Reviews, to examine some key post application requirements that can help ensure that you achieve the full value of your application.


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Among the companies that invest in government funding initiatives, many do not receive the full value of their application due to the complexity and resource needs of post application requirements, which can make or break your application. However, a full understanding of these requirements can ensure that the time and resources that your company has dedicated to the initial application provide a maximum return on your investment. The following is the third article in a four part series that goes behind the scenes of major Government Funding processes, including Grant Reconciliation and SR&ED Reviews, to examine some key post application requirements that can help ensure that you acquire the full value of your application.


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Among the companies that invest in government funding initiatives, many do not receive the full value of their application due to the complexity of post application requirements, which can make or break your application. However, a full understanding of these requirements can ensure that the time and resources that your company has dedicated to the initial application provide a maximum return on your investment. The following is the second article in a four part series that goes behind the scenes of major Government Funding processes, including Grant Reconciliation and SR&ED reviews, to examine some key post application requirements that can help ensure that you acquire the full value of your application.


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The Scientific Research and Experimental Development (SR&ED) filing process can be complicated. In fact, sometimes it can feel like navigating the complex series of rules and regulations that make up SR&ED is more difficult than performing the innovative work it is designed to support! One way to simplify the process is to think of it as a dialogue between three separate entities: your business, the CRA, and, if you choose to engage them, an external consulting firm. In this blog series, we’ll take a look at the role each entity plays in the SR&ED filing process and how they can best work together to ensure your business is properly compensated for the work that you’ve done.


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The Scientific Research and Experimental Development (SR&ED) filing process can be complicated. In fact, sometimes it can feel like navigating the complex series of rules and regulations of the program is more difficult than performing the innovative work it is designed to support! One way to simplify the process is to think of it as a dialogue between three separate entities: your business, the CRA, and, if you choose to engage them, an external consulting firm. The following article is the second in a series examining the role each entity plays in the SR&ED filing process and how they can best work together to ensure your business is properly compensated for the work that you’ve done.


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The Scientific Research and Experimental Development (SR&ED) filing process can be complicated. In fact, sometimes it can feel like navigating the complex series of rules and regulations of the program is more difficult than performing the innovative work it is designed to support! One way to simplify the process is to think of it as a dialogue between three separate entities: your business, the CRA, and, if you choose to engage them, an external consulting firm. In this blog series, we’ll take a look at the role each entity plays in the SR&ED filing process and how they can best work together to ensure your business is properly compensated for the work that you’ve done.


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One of the main reasons that many companies do not receive the full benefit from the Scientific Research and Experimental Development (SR&ED) program is due to the myth that applying is not worth the hassle and would interfere with daily business activities. The following is the third installment in a series examining how to make the most of your SR&ED resources and increase your return on investment. Whether you are well versed in SR&ED funding or are new to this program, this series will provide an overview of how companies can maximize their resources while minimally impacting standard business activities by:
1.Engaging and motivating employees to innovate and document their research.
2.Optimizing existing equipment and space.
3.Effectively implementing a tracking system.


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One of the main reasons that many companies do not receive the full benefit from the Scientific Research and Experimental Development (SR&ED) program is due to the myth that applying is not worth the hassle and would interfere with daily business activities. The following is the second installment in a series examining how to make the most of your existing SR&ED resources and increase your return on investment. Whether you are well versed in SR&ED funding or are new to this program, this series will provide an overview of how companies can maximize their resources while minimally impacting standard business activities by:
1.Engaging and motivating employees to innovate and document their research.
2.Optimizing existing equipment and space.
3.Effectively implementing a tracking system.



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