Strategic Alliances

We work with a number of key member organisations and trade bodies to help them add value and access funding for their members and clients.

Leyton Uk partners

Farmers Weekly is the UK’s leading agricultural information source, established in 1934 they provide news, analysis and advice that farmers can trust. Leyton have partnered with Farmers Weekly to provide agriculture businesses throughout the UK access to our R&D tax credits service to help inject cashflow into farms by claiming back funds on their innovative projects.

techUK is the UK’s leading technology membership organisation, with more than 850 members spread across the UK. They are a network that enables their members to learn from each other and grow in a way which contributes to the country both socially and economically. Leyton has worked with Tech UK to help businesses at the cutting edge of technology ensure they are maximising the innovation funding opportunities available.

Global Underwater Hub is the industry body and focal point for the entire British subsea industry and aims to increase business opportunities at home and abroad for the sector. Leyton works with Subsea to offer its members access to our expertise in government incentives and tax relief for innovative businesses in the subsea industry.

Decom North Sea is the single topic, multi region membership organisation which connects capability with opportunity across the oil and gas decommissioning sector.  As businesses in the Decommissioning sector look to test and improve strategies for their projects, Leyton works with Decom North Sea to provide their members access to our expertise in all areas of innovation funding and government incentives.

The EIC is the leading Trade Association providing dedicated services in understanding, identifying and pursuing business opportunities globally to help over 650 companies who deliver goods and services to the energy industries worldwide. From the advancement of new energy sources, through to efficiency improvements and smart meters, the energy sector is rife with businesses which could be financially benefiting from the R&D Tax Credit scheme.

Manchester Digital is the voice of Greater Manchester’s tech and digital sector. Their community is made up of the region’s most progressive businesses, Leyton works with Manchester Digital to ensure that businesses at the cutting edge of tech and digital are creating the optimal environment for innovation by maximising the government incentives available.

Confor’s aim is to support sustainable forestry and wood-using businesses through political engagement, market promotion and supporting their members’ competitiveness. As the Forestry sector has become increasingly high tech and innovative, Leyton are working with Confor to educated businesses within this sector about how they can maximise the value of their innovation.

OGUK is the leading representative body for the UK offshore oil and gas industry. They inform, engage and champion the UK offshore oil and gas industry as part of a diverse energy mix. Leyton works with OGUK to support businesses in the Oil & Gas sector who are innovative development at their core, making them ripe for the benefits that innovation funding incentives can provide. 

Agri-EPI Centre accelerates the research, development and adoption of precision agriculture and engineering technology. Leyton are delighted to be working with innovative and forward thinking businesses that are shaping the future of this sector. Innovation forms a vital component in navigating both short and long term challenges faced by Agri businesses.

The National Pig Association is the representative trade association for British commercial pig producers. As Farmers across the UK look to improve yield and enhance the welfare of the animals, they are carrying out innovative projects which could benefit from government innovation incentives. Leyton work closely with the NPA to help their members access this funding.

NOF is a business development organisation helping to make valuable connections between businesses in the global energy sector. Leyton work with NOF to help their members and network of partners access innovation funding expertise which can help with accelerating projects, hiring new staff and supporting future growth.

Scottish bakers association

Scottish Bakers has been supporting the interests of the bakery trade in Scotland since 1891. They promote and protect the interests of the trade; representing, advising and supporting all aspects of Scotland’s baking industry to ensure it remains competitive. Leyton has partnered with SBA to educate bakery businesses who are carrying out innovative projects about their eligibility for the R&D Tax Credit scheme.

The National Federation of Demolition Contractors is the only UK federation in the demolition industry, and counts some of the biggest names in demolition amongst its membership. When overcoming challenges related to live and derelict industrial sites, complex structural supports or façade retention, businesses within the demolition sector often undertake high levels of R&D, Leyton partners with NFDC to help educate their members about accessing innovation funding.  

Red Jam are process and IT transformation specialists, their goal is to improve efficiency throughout businesses operations, eliminate waste and increase customer satisfaction while developing client capability for sustained future growth. Looking to improve business efficiency and streamline processes is closely linked to eligibility for innovation funding. Leyton work with Red Jam to help their clients inject cashflow into their businesses by claiming back R&D tax creditS.

Arpas UK is a not for profit trade association and professional body which supports and acts on behalf of the remotely piloted aircraft community, from start-up businesses to larger established operations. As drone technology becomes increasingly sophisticated, Leyton work with Arpas to educate their members and help them access access government incentives, ensuring that business working with cutting edge drone technology are maximising all opportunities for innovation funding.

Brownfield Research and Innovation Centre (BRIC) at Wolverhampton University serves companies throughout the UK providing support to SMEs involved in brownfield remediation and redevelopment, Leyton work with BRIC and the University to provide expertise to their clients on various tax incentives including Land Remediation Relief and R&D Tax Credits.

ScotlandIS is the membership and cluster management organisation for scotland’s digital technologies industry, the organisations is at the heart of Scotland’s digital economy, shaping, changing and driving it forward. Leyton is proud to be a member of ScotlandIS, offering our technical expertise on R&D, Grants and other innovation funding schemes to their vast membership base.

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