After relaunching the Fiat brand in the United States and being named one of the 100 Most Powerful Women in Automotive by Automotive News, Lisa Copeland recently turned in the keys to her dealership to pursue even bigger things.
Owning it: René Banglesdorf's life on the business side of personal aviation.
CCTV America’s Rachelle Akuffo spoke to Lisa Copeland on obstacles for women in the auto industry and how programs like STEM can help direct women to the auto industry.
Founder and CEO of Charlie Bravo Aviation on what makes their business special and how they used success to help others.
René Banglesdorf, interviewed with Deborah Bailey of Women Entrepreneurs Radio on “The Secrets of Success”.
Why is culture important? Productivity. Profitability. Retention. Corporate culture is not just the latest buzzword in the industry. If you have people, you have culture.
Charlie Bravo Aviation CEO René Banglesdorf was interviewed by Altitudes magazine for a feature in their Arabia and Russian issues. Read the Alititudes Russia story at http://files.osmek.com/get/15078.pdf.
Lisa talks to Autonews.com about some of the challenges of being a woman in the auto industry and how she got started.
The CEO of the first aircraft broker and dealer to be certified as woman-owned shared her secrets to success with an audience of Ohio University students and faculty during a presentation in celebration of Women’s Entrepreneurship.
Lisa Copeland, general manager of Fiat-Alfa Romeo of Austin, put Kristi D’Amato in charge of taking care of employees and managing the store’s culture of delivering happiness.