The popular networking event, the Big Breakfast, hosted by Bruton Knowles, Harrison Clark Rickerbys and the Three Counties welcomed Lance Bradley, Managing Director of Mitsubishi Motors UK to share his journey and offer a glimpse into the future of the motor industry. Named an ‘Outstanding UK Leader’ by Autocar, Lance leads the Cirencester based Mitsubishi Motors UK in implementing a culture of excellence and game changing strategies that have led market innovations in alternative fuel systems.
Ken Nottage, CEO of Three Counties, said: “We were delighted to welcome Lance to share his story at our Big Breakfast event. Under Lance’s vision and leadership, Mitsubishi Motors has forged ahead in the UK and is currently ranked 5th in Gloucestershire’s Top 100 businesses. Clean energy and alternative fuel sources is currently a hot topic in the press and we all left feeling enlightened, encouraged and inspired by what the future may hold.”
The Three Counties Big Breakfast provides an opportunity for successful business leaders and entrepreneurs to share the challenges and celebrate the successes of living and working within three counties of Gloucestershire, Worcestershire and Herefordshire. The events offer a platform for the leading lights of the business world to share their insights into what makes both themselves and their organisations successful.
Dorian Wragg, Commercial Partner at Bruton Knowles said of the speaker: “The Three Counties Big Breakfast always delivers something special and guest speaker Lance Bradley didn’t disappoint. His insight into the history of EV and its future was really fascinating as well as his thoughts on what the government should be doing to support EV infrastructure.”
Robert Capper, Head of Commercial at Harrison Clark Rickerbys said: “The Big Breakfast networking events provide a valuable opportunity for like-minded business leaders and professionals to connect and share their experiences of working within the region and beyond. As Head of HCR’s Advanced Manufacturing group I found this year’s speakers particularly interesting and am excited by the plans in place for the 2018 speakers.”
For more information about the Three Counties Big Breakfast visit www.threecountiesbigbreakfast.co.uk