Following on from last year’s Used Car Market Conference, AM has once again pulled together leading figures from the industry to give dealers valuable insight and award-winning tips on selling and stocking the right used cars.
The AM Used Car Market Conference 2011 event, sponsored by BCA, Auto Trader and WMS Group, has been specifically designed with dealers in mind, focusing on key issues the industry is facing.
Speakers ranging from international automotive experts through to dealers on the frontline will be sharing their views on how to adapt to an ever-changing retail landscape.
A leading news analyst will share the latest consumer ratings and a franchised dealer will give his view on the future of the online retail sector at the conference on October 11 at the National Motorcycle Museum near Birmingham.
Quentin Willson will once again host and moderate the proceedings to ensure dealers get the most out of the day.
Latest speakers include Jay Nagley, managing director, Spyder Redspy, Mark King, group digital sales and marketing manager, Benfield Motor Group, Chris Mason, managing director, Motor Codes, Simon Bowkett, managing director, Symco Training, Eric Stone, business development director, WMS Group and Adrian Rushmore, managing editor, Glass's Guide.
Fresh business thinking on offer includes:
- Using science to drive profitability
- The future of the prestige market
- Digital innovations
- Stock control and supply
- Introducing a new code of practice; building trust
- Best practice case studies
Those that attend the conference will also be given a free copy of the BCA Used Car Market Report 2011 to take away with them.
Early bird offer until September 13
Continually striving to help the industry, AM is committed to helping dealers in their day-to-day operations and has made available an early bird offer saving £50 + VAT off the full ticket price if booked before September 13.
Group attendee discounts are also available.
Dealers can book their place at www.usedcarconference.co.uk or by contacting Stacey Harling on 01733 468289 or email firstname.lastname@example.org