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Press Release: Invennt Announces Hiring of Sheldon West as Vice President of Business Development in Canada

Toronto, Canada – January 2021 – the leading specialist business consultancy for construction, today announced that Sheldon West has joined the company as Vice President of Business Development in Canada. In the role, West will advise the Canadian construction industry on the benefits of the Scientific Research and Experimental Development (SR&ED) Investment Tax Credit program as well as helping firms in the sector to identify areas for strategic improvement.

“I am very pleased to welcome Sheldon as our new Vice President of Business Development in Canada. His extensive experience in the construction sector and his enthusiasm for helping business to grow makes him a perfect fit for our team,” said Tim Fitch, President, Invennt Canada.

The new hire gives Invennt vital additional capacity as the business has grown rapidly since entering the Canadian market in 2018. The creation of the role will enable the existing team to focus on delivering projects and bring the SR&ED program to the attention of a wider audience.

“I am excited to be a part of the Invennt family and looking forward to growing the business here in Canada!” said Sheldon West, Vice President, Business Development, Invennt Canada.

Before joining the Company, Sheldon served in various sales roles with a series of major North American building products and material manufacturers

For media enquiries, please contact Andy Hastie on +1 (226) 4564911 or email andy.hastie@invennt.com.

About Invennt:

Invennt is the world’s leading specialist construction business consultancy. The business was founded by Tim Fitch and Brendan Morahan to help the construction industry get greater value from their investments. The company’s services include business strategy development, productivity & operational improvement, business development and marketing, collaboration and SR&ED tax credit claims.

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