The Retail Motor Industry Federation (RMIF) has launched its own consultancy service through its Remit training and business arm.
The new Remit Resourcing division was created in order to offer consulting services, along with outsourced teams of automotive experts in a range of business areas such as people development, aftersales, vehicle sales, accident repair and parts.
The RMIF revealed towards the end of February that it wanted to review the services that it offered its members and the launch of the new consultancy division joins the recently launched recruitment service and apprenticeship learning business.
The new division is being run by Steve Yardley, the Remit operations director, along with Rod Castle and Daniel Emery who were instrumental in the growth of Carter & Carter between 1993 and 2006.
Rob Foulston, RMIF and Remit chief executive, said: “We fully understand the challenging market conditions which our sector is experiencing but feel confident that we can provide commercially valuable consulting and resourcing solutions for clients.
“With the expertise and experience of the team leading the company, we are ready to support the needs of the sector and deliver real value for money.”
- There will be a full page interview with Rob Foulston in the April 3 issue of AM. To subscribe to AM magazine click here or call 01733 468659.