Distributed decides on Brands2Life to achieve future of work fame

London, UK – 16 July 2021 – On-demand software teams start-up, Distributed, has appointed Brands2Life as its comms agency following a competitive tender process.

Distributed is a fast-growing UK start-up that is re-organising how we work, with the aim of eradicating the skills shortage in software development. The company gives organisations – from large consultancies and enterprises to NGOs – flexible access to global Elastic Teams™ of skilled freelance developers, so they can pursue digital projects flexibly and cost-efficiently. Businesses’ digital roadmaps can be delivered faster and to a higher standard than ever before. Clients include Capita plc, with Distributed’s Elastic Teams™ supporting digital transformation across Capita’s network of enterprise customers.

“We were looking for an agency that gets us and our mission to redefine the future of work and the Brands2Life team impressed us from the start,” says Jack Booth, Head of Marketing at Distributed. “Their creativity, commitment to results and team chemistry were deciding factors in the pitch process. Based on the impressive pitch and great start to the relationship, I have every confidence that they will deliver an outstanding comms programme for us that will make Distributed famous for the future of work.”

“The pandemic accelerated the need for digital transformation as the whole world pivoted to working digitally – Distributed holds the key to success by providing access to top tech talent globally,” adds Fiona Goldsworthy, Deputy MD, Business & Technology at Brands2Life. “We love working with disruptive scale-ups and believe Distributed has a powerful story will help reshape the future of work. Drawing on our Better Stories, Bigger Impact approach, we will give it the recognition it deserves.”

Headquartered in London but with a truly global and remote workforce, Distributed recently secured £5m in a Series A funding round, taking its total funding to date to over £9m.

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