Vector7 employee invited to meet Prime Minister
PUBLISHED: 15:00 25 January 2016 | UPDATED: 10:28 28 January 2016
Emma Moore, director of search engine optimisation, received an invitation to Downing Street which held a reception to celebrate 'outstanding' businesses and their apprenticeship schemes.
An employee of a Honiton-based web marketing company was invited to meet Prime Minister David Cameron last week.
Emma Moore, 27, director of search engine optimisation at Vector7, received an invitation to Downing Street which held a reception to celebrate ‘outstanding’ businesses and their apprenticeship schemes.
Emma joined other representatives from across the country to celebrate apprenticeship trailblazers - a group of employers setting new standards for apprenticeship schemes across the UK.
She said: “It was such an honour to be asked and for the company to be recognized for its hard work and achievements.”
High Street-based Vector7 is run by directors John Vincent and Julia Gardner.
Mr Vincent said: “We set up the apprenticeship scheme with the government bodies over three years ago in order to bring in local, intelligent, design talent into Vector7 with the view to personalise the apprenticeships with a unique, in-house, highly sophisticated level of training in web marketing.
“Emma joined the Vector7 team as an apprentice over eight years ago and represents the young, up -and-coming talent within the company which is why we chose her as the best person to represent us at this prestigious ceremony.”
Last year, Vector7 won the EDF Energy Award for Newcomer SME of the Year 2015 at the National Apprenticeship Awards.