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We are a growing business of like-minded, friendly professionals who are passionate about Regulatory affairs specifically within the in vitro diagnostic medical device industry.
Our aim is to develop our successful team with focus on flexibility, personal development and gender equality.
We believe that supporting our staff and helping them grow with us will benefit not only us, but also our customers.
Nancy and Stuart had worked together in the IVD industry in various roles, ending up as Regulatory Affairs professionals.
Their vision was to utilise the knowledge they have obtained through the years of working within the IVD industry to offer a pragmatic approach to navigating the IVD regulations in a way that is easy to understand.
"Our aim was to build a team at IVDeology who are experts in their disciplines within the IVD sector, sharing the core values of Friendliness, Flexibility, , Positivity and Compliance to work alongside companies of all sizes to find compliant solutions, enabling safe and effective devices being placed and maintained on the market.
We wanted to offer a fairer, more flexible equal working environment, focusing on families and developing our team members as people as well as employees."
Deciding on a name of the business is a difficult challenge - and we thought of some rubbish ones!
The name IVDeology was created during a car ride where Stuart was taking his 2 year old son to nursery, sitting in a set of traffic lights.
When Stuart asked his son what would you call a company, the son shouted...
"I have an Idea daddy!" Idea ... IVDea, IVDeology ..."
and so the name stuck!
The name really ties in the idea of trying to use all of our collective experiences to provide a series of pragmatic ideas that can help other businesses navigate the IVD quality and regulatory requirements.
As a business, we also acknowledge and embrace the understanding that the industry as a whole is going through a great period of change, the more we engage with partners and collaborators, the more we can learn, understand and share our collective experiences.
"By sharing our knowledge, thoughts, and our experiences together, we can all find workable answers to our compliance problems!"
We understand that even small companies can do their bit to tackle climate change. We are currently developing a Sustainability Charter to help us continuously strive for opportunities to reduce our carbon footprint and be a more responsible, sustainable employer.