Braithwaite Canada is pleased to share our series of SR&ED videos. With our first installment in the series, Braithwaite’s own Greg Molev presents SR&ED Through Cannabis. To Download the video, please click on the video below.
Braithwaite Canada and Gregory Molev (Braithwaite Senior Science Advisor) would like to thank Grow Up Conference 2019, Niagara Falls, Ontario for yet another great event. With 200+Exhibitors, 120+Speakers, licensed producers, equipment manufacturers, investors, growing enthusiasts, the conference covered all the […]
In continuation to our two articles published on the Medical Cannabis Industry, we continue to educate the medical cannabis industry about SR&ED eligible activities. Here we describe how some expenses can be converted from being not eligible to eligible for […]
Braithwaite Canada and Gregory Molev (Braithwaite Senior Science Advisor) would like to thank Grow Up Conference 2018, Niagara Falls, Ontario for a great event. The conference covered all the information needed on Canada’s fastest growing cannabis industry. Valuable insights were shared […]
In our first article published in March on the Medical Cannabis Industry titled SR&ED Eligibility Criteria and Possible Projects in the Medical Cannabis Industry, we continue on educating entrepreneurs and companies within the industry to take advantage of the SR&ED […]
The Scientific Research and Experimental Development program (SR&ED) was established to support R&D and innovation within Canada. $3 to $5 billion dollars is dedicated to the program annually by the government. Any Canadian company acquiring new knowledge (which is not […]
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