IN Team Update

zoe, theo, olivia

Those of you who have popped into the office or given us a call in the last couple of months may have noticed some new faces and voices amongst the team, so it’s probably about time we introduced them to you.

Zoe, Theo and Olivia all joined at the end of the summer and have already made their mark as great additions to the IN Team.

Zoe joined us from an administration role in a local insolvency firm, and has in three months quickly progressed from a junior role to taking on the bulk of the office administration work and has improved many of our internal systems and processes. When not in the office Zoe spends a lot of time with friends and family and generally chilling out.

Theo joined from Aquinas with excellent A Levels in Accounting and Maths and a B-Tech in Law, and is flying through his Level 3 AAT qualifications with top grades. Theo is working with the accounts team and making a real impact there. When he’s not in the office, Theo spends a lot of the time in the gym and playing 6 aside football.

Olivia is the youngest member of the team, having also joined after receiving excellent results in her A Levels at Aquinas in Accounting and Business and a B-Tech in ICT (she’s now our resident IT support desk!) Olivia is working with our tax, small business and contractor accounts team and is also flying through her professional qualifications with top marks. When she’s not in the office, Olivia can usually be found in the gym or on the mats – she’s a 2nd Dan blackbelt in Karate, so we all know not to mess with her. And as if life isn’t busy enough, she has a sideline looking after clients in the VIP boxes on Man United match days… I can hardly keep up!!

We know you will join us in welcoming them to the team!

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