The Retail Motor Industry Federation (RMIF) is looking to overhaul what it offers to its members following the appointment of Rob Foulston as its new chief executive.
Foulston, also chief executive of the RMIF’s training arm Remit, has been tasked with looking at the benefits it offers its members.
According to the RMIF it is currently developing “a range of new services, including financial and communication opportunities”.
Foulston said: “The RMIF is evolving to meet the challenges of the time, and the expectations of a changing retail motor sector.
“We are looking at what we currently offer our members, and how this offering can be enhanced.
"My intention is to take a look at our existing range of member benefits, and where necessary, introduce new products that will support current members, attract new members, and further strengthen the RMIF's already strong market position.”
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