Technology & Media

In a sector that is growing fast and constantly evolving, we understand that you need our advice and service to be flexible, tailored and, above all, highly responsive to your needs. 

The secrets to successfully raising finance for a tech business

Are you benefitting from R&D Tax Credits?

We support high-growth, innovative companies, and their owners, at every stage of their growth from start-up to exit. Clients include digital agencies, IT developers, brand advisors, website content providers and publishers across the UK and overseas.

We work closely with our clients to find solutions to issues that affect them, using our breadth of skills and experience in everything from audit and business support services to advice on claiming research and development tax credits and patent box rules.

Many of our clients need expert tax advice and guidance to help them structure their business to make it more attractive to investors or to incentivise existing key staff. Our bespoke, sector-driven taxation solutions covering both UK and international advice help our clients grow.

As a client of Buzzacott you will benefit from our hugely experienced network of business contacts that can support you with everything from raising finance to legal and M&A advice. We regularly run sector events with our network partners that provide important learning and networking opportunities for our clients 

Tech network 

 Advantage Business Partnerships (ABP) can help our clients find loan or equity funding that suits their business, Our factsheet on finding funding for growth can be found here

The Employee Ownership Association (EOA) represents organisations which are employee owned or transitioning to employee ownership across the UK. 

How can we help?

If you would like a free, no-obligation chat contact Simon on:

+44 (0)20 7556 1231 or


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