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Eurovia UK join forces with Women in Transport

Maddie Bishop

Company celebrates International Women’s Day with new Women in Transport partnership

EUROVIA UK are celebrating International Women’s Day (8 March) by joining forces with Women in Transport to provide greater networking and development opportunities for women in their business.

Further demonstrating the company’s commitment to improving and encouraging diversity and inclusion in its own businesses, as well as across the whole of the transport sector, the new partnership will provide people from across Eurovia UK with an opportunity to be part of a professional network that is championing the role of women and the value of a diverse workforce.

By partnering with Women in Transport, Eurovia UK will support the empowerment of women to maximize their potential, whilst members will benefit from exclusive access to an extensive events programme, including behind-the-scenes tours, professional development workshops, networking opportunities and access to the All-Party Parliamentary Group for women in transport.

Women in Transport also runs a mentoring programme that offers people the chance to learn and receive guidance from experienced figures in the transport sector, as well as providing opportunities for managers to share their time and expertise with others.

The partnership will see 30 free membership places offered to women, and men, across Eurovia UK’s businesses.

Sonya Veerasamy, interim chief executive of Women in Transport, said: ‘Women in Transport is delighted to welcome Eurovia UK as our newest corporate partner. Our organizations are both passionate and committed to advancing the careers of women in transport and showcasing the diversity of opportunity in our sector.

‘We look forward to meeting our new members from Eurovia UK and helping them build their professional network, skills and visibility through our event and mentoring programmes.’

Scott Wardrop, chief executive of Eurovia UK, said: ‘It’s vital that more people are given opportunities, so I am delighted that Eurovia UK has partnered with Women in Transport to increase the representation of women across the sector.’

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