Rachel Reeves MP
Rachel Reeves will be attending this year’s Tec 66 at Sussex Coast College on 27th October 2014
Since becoming an MP, Rachel was elected to the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills Select Committee and was appointed Shadow Pensions Minister in October 2010.
Prospective parliamentary labour candidate Sarah Owen invited Rachel specifically because of how impressed she was with Tec 66 last year and how it showcases the high technology companies we have in the local area. Sarah, as a parliamentary candidate, is pushing for a greater focus on high-tech jobs in the area.
She wants Hastings to have more jobs where career progression is possible without having to move away to get promoted. Not just jobs for jobs sake, but high-quality, well-paid careers.
Our Tec 66 conference and exhibition show guide is available for you to read. Click on the image below to open it up.
VG Scienta, who are an exhibitor at this years event and they have given us a few why its so important for them and the area in general. Here it is:
‘VG Scienta is a leading provider of UHV scientific equipment to the research community in public, academic and private sectors. As a founder member of the Tec66 cluster group VG Scienta is committed to the ethos of Tec 66 to highlight, support and promote high tech vacuum technology in the South East of England.’
‘VG Scienta passionately believes that the future of the industry lies in skilled, experienced high calibre staff. Together in partnership with other UHV companies the Tec66 goal is to develop a centre of excellence around vacuum products here in Hastings. Partnered by a newly developed accredited course in Vacuum technology at Hastings college, local companies will benefit from more trained skilled talent coming into the workforce in the future.’
If you like them want to be exhibiting at this autumns Tec 66 you can register your interest here.