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Sue Branston named as finalist in everywoma...

May 14, 2019Comments off

Sue Branston, Country Head for Fleet Logistics UK and Ireland, has been named as one of the finalists in this year’s everywoman awards in transport

TTC Group to improve road safety

Apr 30, 2019Comments off

TTC Group has teamed up with one of the UK’s leading behavioural change specialists for its latest round of ‘Train the Trainer’ workshops across the

Ssangyong Motors strengthens dealer franchi...

Apr 29, 2019Comments off

SsangYong Motors UK has strengthened its dealer franchising team with the appointment of Ian Wilson as Dealer Recruitment Manager. Ian will be based in Scotland


Fleet services giant appoints new chief exe...

Apr 09, 2019Comments off

One of the UK’s leading providers of specialist commercial vehicles has appointed a new chief executive. Graham Hale has taken up the reigns at Go

Auto Windscreens’ Head of ADAS honoured a...

Apr 05, 2019Comments off

Auto Windscreens’ Head of ADAS, Helen Keenan has been named as one of the top 40 female automotive sector influencers at ABP (Auto Body Professionals)

Joblift analyses the impact of Brexit on th...

Mar 14, 2019Comments off

It has been everywhere on the news, the impact that Brexit is having on the automotive industry in the UK. At the end of February,

Ashlee is a ‘BVRLA Hero’ for Alphabet i...

Mar 11, 2019Comments off

Fleet leasing and mobility expert Alphabet (GB) Limited is today celebrating the company’s Fleet Administration Manager Ashlee Lanchbery being recognised as one of the British

BVRLA Annual Dinner honours a lifetime cont...

Mar 11, 2019Comments off

The BVRLA recognised an outstanding contribution to the industry at its Annual Dinner in London last night with the presentation of the first Freddie Aldous

Women’s World Car of the Year Awards ...

Mar 08, 2019Comments off

The London Motor Show to be held at ExCeL on the Royal Victoria Dock will feature a world first. Ten women motoring journalists from nine

International Women’s Day – Wom...

Mar 08, 2019Comments off

A quarter of women have actively avoided careers because they are perceived as ‘men only’- including construction, bus driving and politics, a study found. Researchers

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