We have strengthened our position in the Nuclear industry with Charlotte Horner, one of our Business Developers, appointed onto the shadow board of Britain’s Energy Coast Business Cluster.
BECBC (Britain's Energy Coast Business Cluster) is a private sector led business lobbying and networking group comprising SMEs and global businesses from a range of sectors. Charlotte is one of eight young people from a range of BECBC member companies that make up the shadow board.
Charlotte's inclusion on the Shadow board is a great asset and is aligned with Spencer Group's goal of becoming a major player in the Nuclear sector. The past few months have seen Spencer Group attend the BECBC awards evening, site visit’s at Sellafield and LLWR through the YGN and taken a stand at the NDA event.
The site visits hosted by the YGN demonstrated the logistically challenging site that Sellafield is, with an opportunity to learn about Thorp in its final weeks before shutting down and becoming a storage facility. The tour of LLWR allowed the guests to learn about the vaults and the exciting upcoming works to cap them off.
The NDA was a great event for us to be a part of, the event started with an awards ceremony, where the BECBC, a board that Spencer Group works closely with, claimed the award for ‘best approach to ethical practice or social responsibility’ with their school’s collaboration project. The exhibition was a great opportunity for employees to network and learn more about the upcoming frameworks with LLWR and the SSA, not to mention the discussion around the upcoming outcome of PPP. The stand was busy and also a useful opportunity to showcase the recent successes and future plans for Spencer Group in nuclear.
More recently our business developer, Charlotte Horner attended the BECBC awards evening, where she presented the ‘developing the next generation award’ to Baines Wilson. It was another great evening of networking and learning about the talent of the companies in the cluster.
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