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R&D Tax Relief for Hospitality Businesses

R&D Tax Relief for Hospitality Businesses

We've partnered with Recoup Capital to raise awareness of the government's Research & Development tax credit incentive specifically for hospitality businesses.  The average claim for Recoup clients is £84,000.  Recoup Capital is one of the UK's fastest-growing R&D specialists and have recovered more than £25m for UK businesses since 2020.

Find Out If You Are Eligible

Complete this form to arrange a free no obligation consultation or call Anthony Doran direct on 07432 628 556


Successful Claims

el Gato Negro

“Recoup made the process incredibly easy. They did exactly what they said they would do and made it unbelievably easy. It was much faster than I expected”

Simon Shaw, Chef Patron, El Gato Negro

Freedom Brewery

 “There was no massive amount of documentation required to kickstart the claim. Everything that we needed was easily accessible, and all our questions about R&D tax in general were answered with ease.”

Matthew Willson, Managing Director of Freedom Brewery

Neon Creations

 “The whole experience has encouraged us to continue to invest in R&D. Thanks to Recoup, we also have a better understanding of what we need to do to get R&D tax relief.”

Catherine Spink, Co-Founder of Neon Creations

What Can Hospitality Businesses Claim For?


Have you had to fit out a building where the work involved technical challenge?

Information Technology

Have you spent money on IT to achieve business efficiency or assist with food manufacturing or production?

Product development and improvements

Do you spend time and money on developing or improving food and drink products?

Food and drink manufacturing and production techniques

Do you spend time developing new food or drink manufacturing processes?

Case Studies



A Michelin starred restaurant (“Company A”) has a test kitchen where test chefs conceive of and trial recipes before they roll them out to its restaurant.


A brewery (“Company B”) decides to add to its existing range of 4 core beers by brewing a new beer infused with CBD oil.


A restaurant (“Company C”) decides to review all recipes on its existing menu in an effort to reduce the sugar and salt content as well as search for replacements for ingredients known to be adverse to customers who are lactose intolerant.


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