Blueprint Partners join the Automotive 30% Club

The Automotive 30% Club is proud to announce that Blueprint Partners have joined its network of CEO and MD members.

The purpose of the club is to achieve a better gender balance within the automotive industry and members aim to fill at least 30% of key positions with women by 2030. The club has an expanding number of members, from manufacturers, retailers and suppliers throughout the UK, who all share the same goal of achieving better gender balance across the automotive industry. 

Blueprint actively encourage individuality and embrace all personalities within their team, based on the knowledge that knowing it’s the combination of their collective experience that allows Blueprint to create world-class communications for their clients.

As a communications agency, Blueprint has in-depth retailer communications experience, a specialist global events and creative production team, a strong digital backbone and multi-lingual and multi-national staff. They aim for real results achieved by real people and truly recognise the business benefits of aiming for a gender balanced workforce.

Mark Anand, Managing Director Blueprint Partners comments:

“As a business founded and owned by women, Blueprint are thrilled to commit to ensuring that we protect our gender balance throughout the organisation. We’re excited to join the UK Automotive 30% Club as a public statement of our commitment and look forward to supporting both our team at the Club in the future.”

Julia Muir, Founder Automotive 30% Club and CEO Gaia Innovation comments:  

“It is very important that suppliers of communications services to the automotive sector create projects for their clients that have a gender-balanced viewpoint. This is best achieved by having a gender balanced team working on the account. It’s therefore wonderful to welcome Blueprint Partners to the Automotive 30% Club. We are pleased to see them striving to keep their gender balance throughout their business and look forward to seeing even more women come through the promotional pipeline.”

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