Aston Martin CEO Takes Ambassadorial Role In Great Britain Campaign


March 23, 2016 By Mike Lee
Last updated on March 23, 2016

Aston Martin CEO Takes Ambassadorial Role In Great Britain Campaign

  • Dr Andy Palmer helping to promote the UK as a great place to do business
  • Aston Martin CEO joins select team of GREAT British ambassadors

Aston Martin CEO Dr Andy Palmer has been selected to become an ambassador for the UK Government’s GREAT Britain campaign, an initiative that promotes British business, tourism and education around the world, showcasing the very best of what Britain has to offer.

British luxury carmaker Aston Martin is already a partner of GREAT so it is fitting for the company’s CEO to spearhead its involvement.

Speaking about his ambassadorial role with the GREAT campaign, Dr Palmer said: “Aston Martin is proud to be a British company that does business in the global economy. Just a few weeks ago we launched the new DB11 and we have already taken orders for 1,400 cars, which will be sold in both the domestic and export markets.

“Britain is indeed a GREAT place to visit, study and do business so it is very easy for me to support the campaign. Aston Martin is proud to be at the forefront of British industry and we demand design and manufacturing excellence from our personnel every day.”

Palmer joins a specially selected team of 37 ambassadors who come from many different sectors but are united in their roles as leaders and influencers.