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Ready to compete for £14bn aftersales?

Don't forget to book your place at AM's important aftermarket conference Aftermarket: the £14bn prize. The event, which has the key objective of helping you secure your slice of this business in the aftermath of the block exemption changes, is to be held at the Heritage Motor Centre, Gaydon, on 26 March 2003.p> Sessions will not only focus on the impact of the BE changes, but also at the likely effects of good practice initiatives such as the DTI Good Garage scheme - due to go live this autumn. Speakers will include senior executives from franchised and non-franchised and non-franchised companies in the automotive industry aftersales sector.

They will explain why they believe their sector will be dominant as the market changes.

The Department of Trade and Industry are being invited to provide a speaker who will explain the Government's plans and improvements, viewed as necessary to benefit consumers and a timetable for change.

Delegate fee is £175.

For more information or to book your place, contact Sue White at

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