The Geneva Motor Show is set to take place from the 5th to the 15th of March. This year is the 85th anniversary, and it will once again showcase the latest supercars from designers like Ferrari, Porsche, Aston Martin and McLaren. The beloved Morgan will make an appearance with their new model. Borgward will also appear, providing visitors with the only view of the reincarnated brand they’ll get before their new car is officially unveiled. NanoFlowcell will be unveiling their Quant F, a brand new take on energy storage technology that is already generating great interest.
The Motor Show is a renowned event and will welcome visitors from all over the world. People look forward to the event because it is a great chance to see new technologies, concepts and the latest models. Designers, manufacturers and executives will also be on hand to explain new designs and the thinking behind them. Almost every manufacturer is represented in one form or another and the event puts the whole automotive industry into the global spotlight.
Looking at the vehicles at the Geneva Motor Show is also a good way to gauge the potential for motor trade recruitment over the coming year. When new technologies are unveiled, it usually heralds a recruiting drive by many manufacturers, particularly the largest global brands. The industry is currently very healthy, particularly in Europe, and there is a great deal of optimism for the future. Many manufacturers are already recruiting and seeking to invest in the next generation of talent.
Over the next week the show will be in the headlines and journalists from countless publications are already on site to provide a running commentary. The attention will no doubt cause an influx of people looking at motor trade jobs as they dream of a career in one of the most technologically advanced industries in the world. If you fit into this category, you can browse the latest vacancies all across the UK via our motor trade recruitment website and apply for ones that capture your interest.