The switch to electric and hybrid cars will have enormous impact on infrastructure and property across the UK
The switch to electric and hybrid cars will have enormous impact on infrastructure and property across the UK – and business people from Gloucestershire, Herefordshire and Worcestershire will be given an insight into how Mitsubishi is leading the way on future vehicle design at the next Three Counties Big Breakfast event.
Cirencester-based Mitsubishi Motors will be in the driving seat at the popular business networking opportunity to be held at Three Counties on Thursday September 28.
Hosted by Bruton Knowles, Harrison Clark Rickerbys and Three Counties in association with the West Midlands branch of the Institute of Directors, the Big Breakfast events provide a stage for successful business leaders and entrepreneurs to share the challenges and celebrate the successes of living and working in the region.
This month’s event will feature Mitsubishi Motors UK Managing Director Lance Bradley, who joined the company from Ford in 2000.
Lance will explain how he has delivered a game changing strategy for the business as it gears up for the switch to alternative fuel systems.
Named an ‘Outstanding UK Leader’ by Autocar, Mitsubishi Motors UK is currently ranked fifth in the top 100 business in Gloucestershire and has been the fastest-growing mainstream car manufacturer in the UK for the past three years.
Angus Taylor from Bruton Knowles’ Gloucester office said: “The Big Breakfast events are becoming increasingly popular as a super network opportunity with top guests from the business world.
“Not only do the events showcase leading businesses who will share their insight into what makes their organisation the success it is today but it allows you to get up close and experience their products and services.”
Robert Capper, Head of the Commercial Department and Advanced Manufacturing Sector with Harrison Clark Rickerbys said: “I’m particularly looking forward to hearing Lance speak and to sharing his insight with my clients working in this innovative and fast changing sector.”
Ken Nottage, CEO of Three Counties, said: “We are looking forward to hosting Lance at Three Counties for the upcoming business breakfast. I am personally delighted with the success of the Three Counties Business Breakfasts so far in 2017, and am looking forward to hearing Lance’s story at our final networking event this year.”
Held at the Perry Suite at Three Counties, Malvern, the event kicks off at 7.30am on Thursday September 28 with registration and networking followed by a full English at 8am with the guest speaker at 8.30am.
Book online at www.threecountiesbigbreakfast.co.uk