Invertek's innovation projects manager featured on BBC Wales last night talking about how hi-tech jobs can really work for a local economy, even in rural Wales.

BBC Wales economics correspondent Sarah Dickins was looking at the rural economy in Wales, ahead of the assembly election, and came to Invertek to see how the company makes its variable frequency drives in a state-of-the-art factory which is set for expansion.

Edd Rayner told Sarah he felt lucky to be able to work in a hi-tech business on his doorstep in rural Wales.

You can watch the whole programme here: http://bbc.in/1qEHpef