International growth: Malte’s road to Sweden
INVERTO has long been a well-established name in consultancy, particularly in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. Over the past few years, we have also been expanding across Europe. Scandinavia is an exciting and promising prospect in this regard. Malte Böhmke (a senior consultant), has gone to work in Sweden, where he has done a great deal to contribute to INVERTO’s international success.
Here to stay – Pascal Kirchberg first came to INVERTO as an intern, then worked with us on his master’s thesis. Now one of our consultants, he tells us about his career to date.
During my master’s course at the University of Cologne, for which I focused on supply chain management, I decided to do an internship in purchasing. I’d taken in-depth courses on the subject at university, and had wanted to gain more practical insights into it ever since. Because I’m very interested in consultancy generally, INVERTO was the perfect place for me to gain my first professional experience, in the form of an internship.
The INVERTO annual conference. A conference like no other.
Sebastian Wellmann, Principal at INVERTO’s Cologne office, has already attended seven annual conferences. He tells us what makes the last weekend in September so special and why it creates such great and lasting memories for us. We’ve also spoken to some other colleagues about the conference over the past few days, so we’ll let you know what they thought too.
Nicolas Bühler, Project Manager at the Cologne office, shows how international an INVERTO project can be
We asked Nicolas Bühler about his first year at INVERTO. He’s already experienced a lot: from churrascarias in São Paulo to locked hotel doors in Paris. What’s that all about? Find out in his report…
Mert Kapsiz, Project at INVERTO UK, reports on his everyday life and the details of his profession
“As soon as I started working at INVERTO I felt welcomed and part of the family immediately. Although I am based in the UK office, there are several opportunities to interact with the colleagues from INVERTO’s global offices at the staff events which are always an enjoyable experience.”
Stefan Süßenguth tells us about joining as a young professional and his subsequent development.
“My decision to switch from industry to consultancy was driven by the possibility of cross-industry work. The dynamic working environment that results from a flat hierarchical structure and professional project teams was another key factor.”
Jonathan Sing, Project Manager at INVERTO UK, tells us how he starts an average week and about his everyday job as Project Manager
“We are an organization with a manageable number of employees. Consultants from all locations are regularly invited to headquarter office events which helps meeting everyone. I was lucky enough to attend our annual conference after joining INVERTO for only one week which made the integration even easier!”
Project Manager Celia Padziorny provides an insight into her job at INVERTO
“I started as a consultant at INVERTO, I was allowed to fly out for the annual conference in Marrakech even before my employment contract started. I met many of my colleagues at the conference and through the activities that were organised.”
Marcel Weber, Project Manager at the Cologne office, gives advise to newcomers
After a short settling-in period I went with my project team to visit the customer so that I could assist them on-site. There was a very pleasant working environment, and right from the start all my colleagues offered to help me whenever I needed it.