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Webinar Date:

Tuesday, July 21, 2020 from 12:00 – 12:30 PM CT

The ongoing economic and health crises have resulted in fundamental challenges for packaging and processing companies. Challenges that have been met by some of your peers through government relief tools.

Businesses in the industry have been able to fast track economic recovery thanks to key, existing federal incentives. These recovery and relief tools are available to packaging and processing companies that are doing everyday activities such as:

  • Developing new containers to optimize shipping
  • Developing new products using computer-aided software

Our team of industry experts has been working with packaging and processing companies across the country to help them leverage these incentives. We’ve been able to help them maximize their benefits and kick start their recovery during these tough times, putting permanent dollars back in their pocket.

Now, the alliantgroup experts are hosting an online presentation to review available federal incentives that packaging and processing companies should be getting. Register now and don’t miss out on this opportunity for your business!

About the Presenters:

Tyler Noesser

Tyler Noesser is a Technical Director at alliantgroup, specializing in the engineering, manufacturing and system integration industries. An engineer by trade, Tyler combines his strong industry expertise with his knowledge of the tax code to help American businesses identify powerful government-sponsored incentives. To date, Tyler has worked with hundreds of small to mid-sized businesses to help them claim more than $250 million in credits and incentives.

Jacob Wood

Jacob Wood is an Associate Director in alliantgroup’s Houston office. With his experience in law and mediation, Jacob has led project teams consisting of engineers, attorneys, and financial professionals on R&D Tax Credit studies within alliantgroup’s R&D consulting practice. He’s overseen thousands of studies in addition to personally identifying and substantiating more than $150 million in federal and state R&D Tax Credits.


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