The Automotive 30% Club is proud to announce Paul Brayley Managing Director of Brayleys Cars has joined their network of CEO and MD members.
The purpose of the club is to achieve a better gender balance within the automotive industry and aims to fill at least 30% of leadership roles with women by 2030.
The Club is growing at an accelerating pace. Members include the leaders of automotive companies including Auto Trader UK, Toyota GB Plc, Jardine Motors Group, CDK Global, Volvo Car UK, Volkswagen Group UK, Kia Motors UK, Bentley Motors, Mazda UK, Mitsubishi Motors UK, Ducati UK, Perrys, Vertu Motors, JCT600, Lookers Group Plc, TrustFord, Marshall Motor Group, Dealer Auction Ltd, Blueprint Partners, and Close Brothers Motor Finance.
Brayleys Cars is an expanding, family-run dealer group. Proud to represent a range of top motor manufacturers, including Honda, Kia, Mazda, Renault and Dacia, Brayleys have dealerships covering Hertfordshire, Essex, Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire North London and most recently West and Southwest London following their acquisition of Thames Honda Limited in August of this year.
Paul Brayley, Managing Director, Brayleys Cars Ltd comments:
“At Brayleys, we recognise the importance of having a diverse and dynamic workforce. Striving to have greater representation of women in our future leadership roles forms a core part of our long-term business strategy. We recognise that our businesses will not be transformed over-night, but by committing to this long-term strategy I am confident that we will see the benefits across all disciplines of our business in the coming years. Becoming a member of the Automotive 30% Club helps us to support this aim.”
Julia Muir, Founder of the Automotive 30% Club and CEO of Gaia Innovation comments:
“It’s wonderful to welcome Paul and Brayleys Cars into the Automotive 30% Club. They represent many manufacturers including two of our founder members; Kia and Mazda, and I am pleased to see that they are working to ensure there is a better gender balance at the customer interface and throughout the business. I shall look forward to seeing the company expand whilst bringing women through the promotional pipeline.”