Incremental has been named as one of the top 100 fastest growing tech companies in the North.

Each year, the Northern Tech Awards recognises the top 100 businesses and technologies that are developing in the North of England and Scotland and making a real impact in the region.


Incremental is one of just five Scottish founded companies to make the list. This is great recognition for Incremental and its efforts in the last year to expand its offerings further in the UK. Last year Incremental opened its Manchester office to gain better access to customers and talent in the North West. Following this, in June 2018, Incremental acquired Northwich based Gap Consulting in a deal that further strengthened Incremental’s overall offering and North West footprint.


The Northern Tech Awards this year returned to Manchester. Held in the prestigious Albert Hall, winners were recognised for their incredible growth, entrepreneurial spirit and overall investment in the North. Incremental’s Trev White, Dynamics 365 Customer Engagement Director, and Alan Gonsalves, Business Development Manager, were in attendance for the fifth annual Northern Tech Awards, alongside industry figures, entrepreneurs and chief executives from the region’s Digital Economy.


Incremental Group CEO Neil Logan said  “It’s a great honour to have made the Northern Tech 100 and be recognised for the investment we have made as a business in the region. Our offices in Manchester and Northwich have been great additions to Incremental allowing us to reach even more customers and a wider pool of talent. This additional support and reach is vital as we grow, targeting a workforce of more than 500 by the end of FY2021.”


The Northern Tech 100 list is curated by GP Bullhound. Co-founder and managing partner of GP Bullhound, Hugh Campbell, said: “Companies in Northern England and Scotland need to attract the best and brightest, and this is aided by the budding tech scene we are seeing across the regions. With the rising living costs of London putting off new graduates, Northern and Scottish cities can seize this opportunity.”