Three members of Mazda UK have been honoured in Autocar’s Great British Women in the car industry Top 100 Industry Rising star award. A celebration of women’s role in the car industry, the Top 100 recognises female rising stars in the global automotive business.
Run by Autocar, in association with the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT), the top 100 are selected from the following areas of the car industry: executive, marketing, sales, PR and communications, operations, manufacturing, vehicle development, people development, aftersales, new mobility and digital solutions and apprentices.
For 2019 Clare Bishop, Sales Programming and Analysis Manager; Tracy Howes, Network Development Manager and Rebecca Hough, Business Manager are all honoured in the Top 100 Rising Stars. With 30 per cent of its senior management team women, Mazda was the first member of the UK Automotive 30% Club to achieve this mix with its senior executives.
Congratulations to all of the successful ladies from everyone at Brindley Mazda.
Pictured from L to R; Clare Bishop, Tracey Howes and Rebecca Hough at the awards.