Know a woman under 30 who constantly pushes the envelope when it comes to technology, sustainability or art? Or perhaps you are one? As part of a brand new awards program, Automobili Lamborghini has announced the ‘Future FAB. Innovation and Transformation Award’, a prize that taps into the Italian brand’s recent social focus on supporting the pursuits of future generations while also helping to increase gender diversity in the automotive industry.
Launched as an extension of FAB, Lamborghini’s Female Advisory Board, an initiative involving an all-female network of around 180 influential women in business and culture around the world, the prize will be presented in three categories: Technology, Sustainability and Art.
It will be awarded to three women who have impacted and made a contribution to the world around them while sharing ‘Lamborghini’s philosophies and approach to ideas.
Those ideas are innovation and transformation, with a ‘commitment to creating a sustainable future while pushing the frontiers of technology and creative force of art.’
“Lamborghini is an organisation that has been able to transform itself continuously, innovating and dictating new rules in its sphere of reference, from 1963 to today,” says Chief Marketing Officer, Katia Bassi. “FAB continues along this path, involving women who are leaders in their sectors, whose experience of challenges, successes, and purchasing habits supports us in our market research and provides vital information on the trends of the luxury market and society.”
Of the award Bassi says, “with a view to Corporate Social Responsibility and to give continuity to our vocation as a future-oriented brand, this initiative offers young women under 30 the opportunity to present their projects, to be inspired by the experience of women’s leadership, and to be able to contribute along with us to innovation and progress.”
Want to enter? Find out more and how to apply via this website before October 14.
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