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We’re now an Investors in People company!

We’re incredibly proud to announce that we have been certified as a ‘We invest in people’ company by Investors in People! 

Many of you reading this are maybe familiar with what Investors in People are, or at the very least will have seen their logo dotted around. 

But for those that aren’t, we wanted to write this blog to tell you what the certification is, how we achieved it, and what it means to the people working at Titus.

What is Investors in People? 

Established in 1991 and operated by the UK Government, the purpose of Investors in People is to offer accreditation to businesses that provide exceptional working conditions for their staff. 

Through their framework, they access organisations on three different criteria: 

– How they lead their staff – How team members lead and inspire one another, the company’s values, and how the organisation empowers and involves its staff.  

– How they support their staff – How the organisation manages performances and recognises and rewards high performance.

– How they improve their staff – The opportunities available for growth, delivering continuous improvement and creating sustainable success. 

To get this certification, we had to go through a lengthy evaluation process where we were measured against all the above criteria, including interviews with each member of the Titus team so they could review working at Titus.

What does this mean for the people at Titus? 

Since the early days of starting Titus, Co-founders Mike and Seb desired to make Titus somewhere where people wanted to work. 

From the flexibility and opportunities for growth, through to the culture of the organisation and how the working environment in the office would be, it was from the outset decided that Titus wouldn’t simply be another place to work, but one where each team member was valued and bought into the mission. 

Being certified by Investors in People for this and knowing that each team member thinks of Titus in this way is an unbelievable achievement so early into our story and makes us incredibly proud as a business. 

But this doesn’t mean we will be static. Our accreditation provided us with a rank scoring on all the above measures, and our aim now is to see this ranking increase until we’re at the very top. Our next step to reaching this is through hiring a Head of People and Culture to shape our working environment for the future.

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Phuong Nguyen Hong

Marketing Assistant

Phuong holds a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and recently completed a master’s degree in Management and Marketing. Originally from Hanoi in Vietnam, Phuong has two years of marketing experience.


Phuong owns a food review instagram page as travelling and food are her passion. She also has a cute little french bull dog.

Ellie Sharkey

Head of Marketing

Ellie was the first women to join Titus and since then has paved the way for many more. After studying for a degree in Fashion and Marketing Ellie was lucky enough to find herself at fashion weeks and photoshoots. 

Now she’s switched from talk of front row to front end design and loves working with clients that have such a postive impact on the world.  Her motto in life, ‘don’t sweat the small stuff’.

Callum Barrett

Marketing Executive

Callum was one of the first to join way back in 2016 as an apprentice whilst studying Customer Service. His first ever job, he quickly adapted and learned the ropes to become an integral part of the Titus team.


After missing out on the chance to go to University initially, Titus backed him to enrol with the CIM and is now studying for a Level 6 Diploma in Professional Digital Marketing in his spare time.

Dec Connolly

Digital Marketing & Web Manager

Dec studied a degree in Journalism but found his passion in digital marketing. As well as eLearning, Dec has worked in marketing for one of the countries biggest retailers and within the property sector.


Outside work, Dec Co-founded a news publication where he’s collaborated with global brands like Uber, Amazon and the BooHoo as well as countless SMEs.

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