2014 Rising Star nominations sought

Automotive News Europe needs your help to find the Rising Stars in the European automotive industry.

Entering its fourth year, the Automotive News Europe Rising Star award honors automotive executives with a pan-European profile who have driven change, fostered innovation and made courageous decisions.

To qualify, candidates should have a minimum of 10 years of work experience, multiple language skills and be 45 years old or younger.

We accept nominations from automakers, suppliers, automotive service providers and retail/aftersales businesses.

A candidate may nominate him/herself or be nominated by a colleague, manager or mentor. Just visit our Website www.anerisingstars.com/nominate or click here.

Nominations also can be sent to the Automotive News Europe editorial team.

You may nominate more than one candidate. The deadline for nominations is Monday, Feb. 3, 2014. Any nominations received after this date will be considered for the 2015 award.

The jury selects the finalists and the Rising Stars in the following categories:

• Aftersales & Service

• Communications

• Design

• Engineering

• Finance

• General Management

• Human Resources

• Information Technology

• Manufacturing

• Marketing

• Purchasing

• Sales

The 2014 winners will be honored on June 3, 2014 during a gala dinner in Brussels, Belgium.

The Rising Stars are possible thanks to our lead sponsor, PwC, and our partnership with Magma People.

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