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What an achievement - so proud to be a Top 100 Apprenticeship Employer!

As you may have read already, we are absolutely thrilled to be named as a Top 100 Apprenticeship employer, giving recognition for all the work that we have done over the last five years with apprentices who have been pivotal to our success.

What an achievement - so proud to be a Top 100 Apprenticeship Employer!

As you may have read already, we are absolutely thrilled to be named as a Top 100 Apprenticeship employer, giving recognition for all the work that we have done over the last five years with apprentices who have been pivotal to our success.

Newcastle office triples in size!

I am delighted to welcome two new members of our team to our Newcastle office! Steph is leading our learning and development, and we’ve taken on our first graduate developer, John. They both join Damian, who heads up our development.

Newcastle office triples in size!

I am delighted to welcome two new members of our team to our Newcastle office! Steph is leading our learning and development, and we’ve taken on our first graduate developer, John. They both join Damian, who heads up our development.

Invotra is delighted to support MPS Awareness Day on Friday May 15th

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Invotra will be turning Blue on Friday May 15th in support of my young nephew Max. As some of you are aware, my nephew Max was diagnosed with the incurable, degenerative disease MPS when he was just a year old. MPS causes progressive damage throughout the body, including the heart, bones, joints, respiratory system and central nervous system. It is a very serious and ultimately fatal disease with most MPS sufferers not reaching their teenage years.

Invotra is delighted to support MPS Awareness Day on Friday May 15th

Invotra will be turning Blue on Friday May 15th in support of my young nephew Max. As some of you are aware, my nephew Max was diagnosed with the incurable, degenerative disease MPS when he was just a year old. MPS causes progressive damage throughout the body, including the heart, bones, joints, respiratory system and central nervous system. It is a very serious and ultimately fatal disease with most MPS sufferers not reaching their teenage years.

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Portrait of Alison Galvin
Alison has been Invotra's Financial Director since its incorporation 10 years ago, and p...