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In-Q and Boston partner to operate on the Isle of Man

INQNew betting and gaming consulting company In-Q Limited has joined forces with independent financial services firm Boston Limited to support strategic advice and provide substance to iGaming operations based on the Isle of Man.

In-Q stated that Boston has offices on the Isle of Man and in Malta and will assist it in providing ‘top level corporate advice for companies in the betting and gaming sector’ on topics as wide ranging as license applications and operations to web platforms and marketing.

Isle of Man-based In-Q is led by industry veterans Martin Linham and Mark Irvine, who are also behind the new Yello contact centre on the island dedicated to providing support regarding the specific requirements of the iGaming industry.

“In-Q is all about thinking outside the box, looking at the bigger picture and delivering workable strategies to help new and existing betting and gaming businesses operate profitably and efficiently,” said Linham.

“We will be working to supplement the excellent knowledge base that already exists within the Boston team by introducing our own insight to offer a level of service that can't be matched on the Isle of Man or elsewhere.”

In-Q declared that Boston clients will now be able to request advice ‘on any aspect of the betting and gaming industry’ while additionally taking advantage of the firm’s ‘full service offering’ that includes ‘a streamlined license application, venture capital sourcing, tax advice, strategic planning and ongoing marketing support’.

“As betting and gaming has proven to be a particularly resilient industry throughout the financial downturn, more and more clients are expressing an interest in investing in this area and our team has expanded as a result,” said Bruce Elliott, eGaming Head for Boston.

“By collaborating with In-Q as strategic partners, we are offering even wider expertise on everything from overall strategy to the ever-evolving requirements of gaming legislation.”