“I’d encourage all ladies to give VISTA a go!”

Given that it is a male dominated industry, it is no surprise that the vast majority of VISTA participants are men. But this is slowly changing and more and more

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During April, over 150 teams from all over Europe, Africa and the Middle East, have been in Gothenburg to take part in the VISTA 2015-2016 semi-finals. After three weeks of

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Five teams qualify for world final

With the conclusion of the Italy, Spain and France VISTA semi finals, another five teams have now qualified for the world final. The winners were announced at an award ceremony last night in Madrid.

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Semi finals begin in Madrid

Yesterday, 3rd April, the first of eight semi finals in Madrid kicked off, with teams from Spain, France and Italy competing for spots in the world final. The winners will be announced tonight at an award dinner.

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Castellancortesegrapiglia

Of the thirty teams who will be coming to Gothenburg this June, few are better prepared than Italy’s Castellancortesegrapiglia. 2011 will be their second world final, having qualified in 2007, and one team member even has thirty years experience taking part in VISTA.

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First VISTA world finalists announced

The first round of VISTA semi finals concluded last week, with nine semi finals taking place in Verona, Beesd and Dubai. In what was a busy week for the competition, sixteen teams qualified for the world final, while all teams enjoyed a memorable few days.

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Bridging the Gap

There is no escaping the fact that Volvo Trucks operates in a traditionally male-dominated industry. This is reflected in the low representation of women in VISTA, however fostering diversity and gender equality have long been amongst Volvo’s core values, and VISTA does play an important role in breaking down barriers.

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Italy Hope to Make Biggest Impact Yet

VISTA 2011 will not only see a number of new markets taking part for the first time, but also the return of some seasoned competitors.

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