Aston Martin ‘Inspires the Future’ of design

18 April 2014

2013 marks Aston Martin’s Centenary year, the British sports car maker is embarking on a programme of special events including a school visit to William Morris Sixth Form in Hammersmith to talk with pupils about working in the automotive industry and apprenticeships.

This visit has been arranged via free employee volunteering initiative Inspiring the Future.

Aston Martin’s CEO, Dr. Ulrich Bez,who attended the event says:

“Visits like these demonstrate Aston Martin’s strong commitment to supporting young people. We provide a useful link between schools and industry that helps to develop creativity and support potential careers. We hope that our efforts will not only inspire the future workforce, but will also support the UK’s competitiveness in global business.”



Raj Bains, Assistant Principal at William Morris Sixth Form on Inspiring the Future

Bal Choda, from Aston Martin on Inspiring the Future

‘Apprenticeships Tsar’ Gordon Birtwistle MP at William Morris Sixth Form event:


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