Tuesday 18 October 2016
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Maintaining a continued commitment to the local area, Stafford technology firm, Connexica, has recently appointed a Sales and Marketing apprentice on a 12 month placement – the first of its kind for the organisation.
In the last three years, Connexica have recruited over 20% of its team from Universities and Colleges within Staffordshire. Connexica stand side-by-side with other local technology firms and local MP, Jeremy Lefroy, with an aim to establish Staffordshire as a technology hub and part of this commitment includes recruitment from the local area.
The new apprentice Sales and Marketing Administrator, Lucy Petrek, said:
“I’m very happy to be given the opportunity to work at Connexica and hope to build on my skills while assisting in the marketing department.”
This appointment highlights the successes of 2016 so far, with Connexica continuing to develop the search-powered analytics solution, CXAIR, while also developing new solutions such as the bespoke form builder, CXFORMS.
Greg Richards, Sales and Marketing Director at Connexica commented:
“Here at Connexica we are committed to the recruitment and development of young people from the local community. Lucy has integrated well into the team and has already contributed to the work we are doing for EHI Live 2016.”
With Connexica currently celebrating their tenth anniversary, 2016 has proved to a successful year that has only furthered their experience in both the health and business sectors.