Parliament Hill Joins Forces with Supportwave to Provide Instant IT Support for Millions

London, [5 September 2023] — Supportwave is thrilled to announce its strategic partnership with Parliament Hill, the UK’s leading Benefit Management Specialist. This collaboration is set to transform the way millions of members access immediate, remote IT support for both their households and businesses.

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Freelancing and The Future of Work: The New Gig (ep#75): Kelvin Wetherill (CEO, Supportwave)

I speak with Kelvin Wetherill (CEO & Founder, Supportwave) about the new company branding and how this fits in with the evolving service offering. We also speak about the importance of being "enterprise ready" and the main drivers of the future of work from a business and talent perspective.

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Transform Work with Kelvin Wetherill, CEO and Founder of Supportwave

This edition of the Transform Work podcast features Kelvin Wetherill, the founder and CEO of Supportwave. Supportwave is an innovative IT services platform that connects businesses with on-demand IT experts. Their unique approach to skill sourcing facilitates hiring IT talent for project-based work and dedicated resources.

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Supportwave raises $2.2 Million Seed Funding to accelerate the Future of IT Support Services.

London, United Kingdom — [2 August 2023] — Supportwave is pleased to announce the successful closure of its seed funding round, following their pre-seed round in late 2021. The capital injection will enable the IT Support resource platform to continue to deploy its industry leading strategic sourcing of IT Support Specialists. 

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Freelance Economy 2.0: How The Freelance Economy Is Transitioning From A Gig Economy To A Strategic Sourcing Channel

The freelance economy has seen rapid growth the past 3 years. Remote work. The great resignation. Even layoffs supported the shift to companies turning to freelancers as in Q4 of 2022, Resume Builder reported that 40% of companies are hiring contractors to replace laid off workers and 53% moved full-time workers to contract positions.

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