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Rising stars wishing to be considered for this year’s Autocar Great British Women in the Car Industry shortlist must be nominated by 3 April.
Run by Autocar, in association with the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) and backed by Direct Line Group, Ford and Jaguar Land Rover, the aim of the event is to identify and promote the sector’s most promising female rising stars and highlight the career opportunities within the industry.
The top 100 rising stars will be selected from the following areas of the car industry: vehicle development, manufacturing, purchasing, retail, marketing, communications, apprentices, motorsport, design, and executive. A winner will be selected from each industry sector, with an overall winner then chosen from that shortlist.
Candidates must be nominated by friends, colleagues or their employer. There is no age limit. The shortlisted winners will be chosen based on their influence – and potential future influence – on the automotive industry and within their company, taking into account the size and strength of the business they represent. Dedication to a career in the automotive industry will also be favoured, as well as potential to inspire others to join the industry.
In the first instance, the candidate’s name and CV, along with a short description of their achievements to date and in particular their potential for the future, should be sent to email@example.com. There is no limit on the number of nominations.
Those 100 finalists will be announced on 21 June at a day-long event at Twickenham Stadium, with panel debates, discussions and work groups taking place for winners and invited guests.
Space for the event at Twickenham Stadium is strictly limited. Anyone interested in attending should contact Charlene Harry, Haymarket Automotive brand executive, at firstname.lastname@example.org.