Motorcycle Manufacturer Ducati UK Joins the UK Automotive 30% Club

The UK Automotive 30% Club is proud to announce that Ducati UK has now become the 21st member of the UK Automotive 30% Club. In January 2018, the UK Automotive 30% Club broadened its membership base with the inclusion of motorcycle manufacturer Ducati UK. The company joins its sister VW Group automotive companies; VW, Audi, SEAT, Skoda, and Bentley, in fully supporting the aims of the UK Automotive 30% Club, and announced Managing Director Tim Maccabee as the first leader of the […]

The UK Automotive 30% Club Annual Conference: What Was Learnt?

Influential speakers from retail and manufacturing automotive organisations joined over 70 automotive leaders in coming together to share ideas at the UK Automotive 30% Club conference on 2nd November 2017. With the exciting theme of ‘reaching 30 by 30’, and the aim of filling at least 30% of key leadership positions in the member organisations […]

UK Automotive 30% Club Members Toyota GB and Gaia Innovation Inform Young Females About Automotive Apprenticeships

On November 22nd Toyota GB hosted an inspiring and informative Automotive Apprenticeship event at the Toyota Academy in Derby in collaboration with Gaia Innovation; a fellow member of the UK Automotive 30% Club. Over 50 young female students and staff came together to learn about apprenticeships in the automotive industry. The students were inspired to consider both technical and […]

‘Someone will find me out’ – Impostor Phenomenon and the toll it takes on working women

Dr. Theresa Simpkin, Senior Lecturer at Anglia Ruskin University, was a guest speaker at the UK Automotive 30% Club conference this year, discussing The Imposter Phenomenon. Below is an article written by Dr. Simpkin, highlighting the topic discussed. Logically, I know I’m good at what I do. But I’m still constantly afraid someone is going to […]

The Motor Trade Must Reach Out to Attract Talented Women

  When I first joined the motor trade as a graduate trainee, it didn’t strike me as odd that the industry was male dominated. I had been part of a business degree cohort where 60% of the students were women, at a time when the Prime Minister was a woman, and I naturally assumed that […]