Scott Dylan

Co-Founder of Inc Co, Proactive Investor, and Mental Health Advocate in Manchester, United Kingdom

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Scott Dylan is the Co-Founder of Inc & Co, an award-winning group specialising in acquiring, investing in, and revitalising distressed companies. With a global reach and an impressive turnover of over £150,000,000 Inc & Co demonstrates Scott's unique ability to turn businesses around and set them on the path to success.

His diverse portfolio includes co-founding entities such as Inc Retail and Skylab, along with co-ownership roles in Knomo, King Street Grooming, Maker&Son, incspaces, Baldwins Travel, and EasyPallets.

Dylan has also led the acquisition, development, and successful exit of companies like MyLifeDigital, Laundrapp, and Wood for Trees. As such, Dylan's expertise spans various sectors, ranging from creative, digital, and logistics to retail and music.

Originating from South East London, Dylan started his entrepreneurial journey early, driven by a keen sense of innovation and a robust work ethic. His academic background, traversing John Roan School, Italia Conti Associates, and legal studies at the Open University, has equipped him with a broad skill set and profound insights into creative and business disciplines.

Under Dylan’s strategic guidance, Inc & Co has achieved notable success through significant acquisitions and a commitment to revitalising businesses. Both underscore Dylan’s proficiency in business strategy and emphasise a people-first philosophy integral to the culture of Inc & Co.

A dedication to collaboration, innovation, and sustainability characterises Dylan’s leadership. This approach ensures each venture not only thrives but also contributes positively to its community.

Beyond his business pursuits, Dylan is a passionate advocate for mental health, driven by personal experiences to support related causes and initiatives. His philanthropic efforts, particularly during challenging times like the COVID-19 pandemic, demonstrate a deep commitment to societal well-being.

  • Work
    • Inc & Co
  • Education
    • University of Manchester
    • Manchester College
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