AM-online - essential reading
The AM vision: to be the automotive industry's most influential and valued media publication. Our brand values are:
Automotive Management was launched in 1990 as a mould-breaking publication to cover the franchised dealer market and the independent aftermarket.
It quickly became the definitive business magazine for the automotive industry by drawing together and distilling a unique collection of information resources.
AM magazine in print and as an ezine, is available free of charge to people who meet our strict terms of control (as audited by ABC), and available as a paid subscription to people who do not. Click here and complete our registration form, to see if you qualify for free subscription to AM Magazine.
The AM website strives to match the same values and provide the same standards in its delivery and quality of information, plus provide its audience with a range of services enabling those in the automotive industry to do their job more effectively.
AM’s audience demographic of franchised dealers ensures it is the perfect medium for brand building as well as response.
AM is regularly communicating with our print and online audiences to ensure we are targeting the right people, and content is relevant to their needs.
Our office address:
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Source: Publishers Statement
BMW confirms UK dealer network for i-brand20/05/2013
Pendragon partners with Seat for the first time20/05/2013
BCA signs a deal to purchase We Buy Any Car17/05/2013
Strong March drives up motor retailer profitability 20/05/2013
Westdrive Kia invests £1m in showroom and workshop facilities20/05/2013
Cooper Solutions and Cooke & Mason announce formal partnership20/05/2013
Flexible hours works its magic at Cotswold17/05/2013
BMW i gallery20/05/2013
European car sales up in April but year-to-date decline continues20/05/2013
Fix Auto adds Motorworld Car Bodyshop to strengthen its south coast proposition 20/05/2013
Dealer claimed bonuses from unlawful registrations23/09/2011
Social media can 'change the way you work'10/10/2011
Opinion: Do you keep your customers happy? Or do you keep them loyal?13/09/2012
Dealers should break from manufacturer obsession with CSI surveys29/10/2012
Insight: Is there a volume market for EVs?05/10/2012
£1.5bn missed by failure to exploit aftersales opportunities12/09/2012
Renault to cut dealer network by a third in 201220/12/2011
Tesco Cars closed after 12 months of trading04/04/2012
Face to face: Marshall Motor Group05/10/2012
Marshall Motor Group acquires Silver Street Automotive20/02/2013
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