Simon Huntley has progressed to the next stage of his career with The Momentum Group, a multi-award-winning R&D Tax Credit advisory firm, as Business Development Director.
Simon has been with Momentum since May 2018 and has over 28 years’ UK and international commercial experience across a range of sectors. An integral part of the Momentum team, his expert knowledge and advice helps clients reach their company’s full potential through successfully availing of R&D Tax Credits.
Simon’s new role will focus on the strategic management and support of the sales and marketing team, alongside representing this department on the Board of Directors. He will also help to drive the business forward as it continues to grow, with increased market penetration across the UK and Ireland.
Tom Verner, Group Managing Director for The Momentum Group, said, “I am delighted to announce Simon’s appointment as Business Development Director. As Momentum continues to develop, this is an important strategic appointment. Simon is a valued member of our team, offering skilled professional advice and guidance to each of our clients.”
Simon added, “I am delighted to be offered a position on the Board of Directors. By drawing upon my previous experience, I aim to not only complement the existing structure, but also add a new dimension, continuing to drive the growth of the business and further enhance the excellent team spirit that we already enjoy.”
Simon’s appointment follows Momentum recently being crowned Employer of the Year at the FSB Celebrating Small Business Awards.
Momentum helps hundreds of large and small highly competitive companies, from manufacturing to construction, food & drink to technology, to claim this UK government initiative. The multi-award-winning R&D Tax Credit advisory firm specialise in identifying all qualifying R&D activities to optimise the true value of R&D tax relief available.
The team includes chartered accountants, business, commercial and ex-HMRC technical experts to ensure every claim gets the necessary expert scrutiny and is thoroughly investigated to meet HMRC compliance, preventing the misuse of R&D Tax Credit relief.