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The Engineering Showcase - Judging Panellists Announced!
As you may know, the 2013 Matchtech Engineering Showcase is now underway. We are looking forward to celebrating the UK’s outstanding engineering achievements, and putting the spotlight on the creativity and excellence of our nation. We hope this celebration of Engineering talent will encourage future generations to enter the industry, so the UK can continually lead the way in engineering innovation across the world.
In accordance with our pride and passion, we have carefully selected a panel of judges who are individually acclaimed in their respective field. Yet together, will blend their knowledge and expertise to fairly judge the entries and select the most deserving winner.
We would like to announce that our judges are:
Matchtech’s own Managing Director, Keith Lewis. Keith joined Matchtech as a Senior Consultant in 1993 and has progressed to his current position. We believe Keith’s expertise will represent the knowledge and understanding of Matchtech.
We are also delighted to announce that Paul Jackson, Chief Executive of Engineering UK; Jon Excell, Editor of The Engineer magazine and Rupert Hare, Chief Executive Officer of Houlder Ltd will join Keith in judging this exciting opportunity to celebrate UK engineering.
Our judges are all acclaimed professionals with invaluable knowledge and experience of the engineering industry. We would like to send them all a big thank you for their contribution to the showcase.
Now that we have lined up this esteem panel of judges, it is time for you to enter your engineering accomplishments.
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