In Phase looks to the future with apprentice recruitment drive

Greg Simpson

14 Apr 2022

Nottingham-based automotive tech specialist, In Phase International Group has announced a major boost to their apprenticeship programme.

Six new apprentices have joined the business, which was established in 2001 and is home to a range of automotive technology pioneers, including the iconic Road Angel and Snooper brands.

This month (April) Road Angel’s popular Halo Ultra dash cam received the coveted “Best Buy” recognition from the consumer champion “Which?” - described by the independent panel as “among the best we’ve tested”.

Meanwhile, the group has also agreed on an exclusive deal with home shopping giant Ideal World Limited to profile and present a wide range of their award-winning and market-leading products.

The apprentices; Dylan Duke, Stefan Makengo, Ned Walker, Phoebe Stott, Kristen Smith and Curtis Knight, will work across all functions of the group, from marketing and sales to design, engineering, customer service and technical support.

Gary Digva, Sales Director at In Phase International said:

‘This is a massive year for us as a group. We are celebrating our 21st anniversary of business and we have come a long way since then. Our brands are household names and we also have a selection of other related businesses that stand alone but also dovetail perfectly with the other group businesses.

‘We are steeped in technology and innovation but none of that is possible without talented team members. Whilst we reflect on a highly successful 21 years, we also recognise that we need to invest in the future. That is why we have bolstered our apprenticeship programme this year.

‘In Phase International is an exciting Nottingham-based business with a national and increasingly international customer base. The whole team and I look forward to working with our apprentices to help them forge their careers with us and in the technology and manufacturing sectors of the future.’