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The Future of the Automotive Sector post Brexit / Pandemic and the transition to Electric Vehicles

15th June @ 5:30 pm7:30 pm

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The Worshipful Company of Coachmakers and Coach Harness Makers and Holmes Noble Ltd are delighted to invite you to join a virtual event of senior executives on 15th June 2021 at 1730 on the topic of ’The Future of the Automotive Sector post Brexit/Pandemic and the transition to Electric Vehicles’.

Liveryman Rakesh Sharma, who is also Chairman of Holmes Noble, has brought the two organisations together to be able to host what promises to be a very informative event.

Freeman Mike Hawes, CEO of SMMT

Freeman of the Coachmakers Mike Hawes, CEO of the automotive trade body the SMMT will be hosted in a ‘fireside chat’ by Ben Gilbert, COO and Partner of Holmes Noble Ltd. This invitation-only event will explore the effects on the automotive industry and its supply chain, of Brexit, the pandemic and the accelerating pace of vehicle electrification.

Mike, who has more than 30 years’ experience in policy and public affairs, the majority of which has been spent in the motor industry, will discuss the challenges facing the automotive sector today and how the industry may be able to adapt to future demands not just in functionality of vehicles but also the changing ownership and use of them. Mike joined the SMMT from Bentley Motors where he held a number of PR, corporate and public affairs roles.

Ben Gilbert, COO Holmes Noble

Webinar running order:
· Welcome
· A short history of The Livery
· Introduction to Mike Hawes
· Fireside chat
· Q&A
· Becoming a Liveryman
· Thanks and close

The webinar will take place on Tuesday 15th June 2021 at 5.30pm. If you can join us, please RSVP to jamie.griffiths@holmesnoble.com who will provide login details. Please feel free to extend this invitation to senior executive colleagues.

Holmes Noble
Holmes Noble is an executive search and consulting firm that prides itself on being different, thereby standing out from the ‘herd’. Founded in 2005 by the Chief Executive, Michelle Carson-Williams, because she wanted to provide a more strategic and partnership based service to her clients, where the industry had been known to be very transactional in nature. To this day the DNA of the firm is permeated with this desire. Consequently, not only does the firm provide executive search, it offers a complete portfolio of services, including leadership coaching and development, and interim management.

All organisations, no matter which market or sector, depend on the right talent for the right role at the right time. This is no different at Holmes Noble. The Executive Team and Heads of Practice have been chosen because of their experience, reputation, sector and functional knowledge, and belief in the founding principles of the firm.

In today’s world, where the right talent can propel a business to the top decile of performance, having the support of Holmes Noble means that you have the best talent partner by your side. Being an agile firm means that Holmes Noble is more flexible than the ‘big six’ of executive search, and you can be assured of satisfaction because each and every one of our clients are important to us. We don’t survive because of being in the ‘big six’ club, we thrive because of our commitment to our clients, resulting in repeat business as we become a trusted partner. Furthermore, as part of the INAC network, a strategic alliance of like-minded firms, Holmes Noble is able to offer a global presence and service.

Event Details:

Date: 15th June
Time: 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm

Organiser Details:

Organiser:
Email: jamie.griffiths@holmesnoble.com