The product-focused tech consultancy, 101 Ways is expanding, opening offices across Manchester and Leeds. 101 Ways focuses on building high performance tech teams to build great products for great businesses.
101 Ways has established itself in London and Amsterdam as one of the most sought-after technology consultancies, working with brands such as Just Eat, Tesco, DAZN and Arcadia.
Their very name was inspired by the belief that there are many ways to solve a problem; the defining difference being experience and knowing how to collaborate. Opening offices in Manchester and Leeds is part of the wider growth strategy for 101 Ways, in order to support a wider range of businesses, especially in light of the forthcoming IR35 tax legislation changes.
Beyond delivering great teams to deliver great products, 101 Ways is also committed to growing and developing the future of technology in the north. By expanding both of their well-established communities, Women’s Tech Forum (WTF) and CTOZone, into the region, 101 Ways seeks to ensure, through increased community events – that the future of technology is in safe hands.
Leading the way for the north is 101 Ways Client Partner, Joshua Philpott. Joshua comments “We are really excited about bringing 101 Ways to Manchester and Leeds. The growth of both of these great northern cities is continuing at pace, so we’re in an excellent position to advise, lead and do projects for northern tech companies looking to scale quickly. ”
With the forthcoming changes to the IR35 legislation, taking place in April 2020, 101 Ways is in a prime position to help technology organisations reliant on contractors to deliver their projects. As 101 Ways is a technology consultancy offering services, the organisation is fully IR35 compliant. 101 Ways, as a trusted partner, can therefore protect organisations from the risk posed by the legislative changes and deliver for their needs.