IN4.0 Group, the MediaCityUK- and UCLan-based tech specialist, has reported significant yearly growth after helping businesses with cloud migration.
It grew 50% year-on-year, experiencing more than 80% in growth during lockdown compared to the same period last year. It expects to exceed £1 million in new revenue this year alone.
As part of this healthy growth, IN4.0 Group is set to launch a Northern investment seed fund to support regional technology start-ups and scale-ups.
IN4.0 Group’s financial success has been underpinned by major contract wins and the needs of businesses requiring cloud and digital adoption support as a result of the pandemic. IN4.0 Group specialises in a wide range of areas, including digital training, technology recruitment, and cloud and IoT consultancy.
It has offices at The Landing in MediaCityUK, and at the University of Central Lancashire in Preston. It has recently been awarded the status of approved training provider to Supply Chains for the 21st Century – the government’s investment into the aerospace and automotive supply chains.
It also recently launched IN4.0 talent academy, which is a 12-week specialist digital skills training programme, supported by the Fast Track Fund, in partnership with the GMCA, DCMS and the Lancashire Digital Skills Partnership.
Mo Isap (above), Founder and CEO of IN4.0 Group and Co-chair of the Greater Manchester LEP, said: “We are seeing a growing trend for businesses who are actively looking to adopt digital technology into their existing systems or develop new ones. We are supporting as many companies as we can with introducing these digital processes so they can quickly recover and future proof their businesses. Whether they need help with upskilling teams or recruiting the best digital talent in the North West, we can help with identifying skills gaps and providing a solution.
“We have ambitious plans for further growth across all our services, upskilling, project implementation and training in new technologies, particularly in cloud and data, is now more needed than ever. We want to keep building new partner relationships and continue to nurture the brightest talent, so it is kept within the region to support the local economy.”