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Franchised dealer executives invited to latest AM Executive Breakfast Club

AM is inviting senior franchised dealer bosses to its next free Executive Breakfast Club which will be held at five-star hotel The Lowry, in Manchester with guest speaker Tom Cannon, a highly regarded professor of modern business management.

The meeting, which will be held on August 17, is an exclusive opportunity for senior franchised dealer executives to come together to discuss the burning issues within their businesses, as well as here insightful views from Cannon.

Senior executives from Pendragon, Lookers, Sytner, Cambria Automobiles, Lifestyle Europe, Spire Automotive and many more have attended previous events.

The breakfast meeting will take place on August 17 at The Lowry between 09.00am until 11.30am.

A full English breakfast will be served from 08:30am, after which the formal part of the breakfast meeting will start.

The remaining agenda for the morning will include a general discussion among the attendees, chaired by the editor of AM, Jeremy Bennett.

Guest speaker: Tom Cannon

Tom Cannon is Professor of Strategic Development at the University of Liverpool and is one of Britain's most highly regarded professors of modern business management.

He is also a consultant on creativity, leadership, diversity and corporate social responsibility.

Prior to his current academic and business appointments, Cannon was CEO of Management Charter Initiative. He has also served as director of Manchester Business School, the International Institute for Corporate Responsibility, and the Scottish Enterprise Foundation.

He is one of the principal experts on the changing nature of leadership, challenging the traditional role and posing difficult questions about organisational structure and hierarchy.

Attendance is exclusive to senior dealer group executives.

To secure your place, or for further information on the next AM Executive Breakfast Club event, please contact the event organiser Nicola Baxter on or 01733 468289.

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