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Automotive Management Live - you can't afford to miss it

We are just days away from AM's second one-day trade show at the NEC Birmingham.

Once against hosted in partnership with the National Franchised Dealers Association, the event on November 9 adds to last year with two new insight theatre sessions - one covering the forthcoming General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the second, used cars, while the popular F&I session returns.

New this year is AM’s Profit Clinic, where visitors can get one-to-one advice on how to maximise revenue opportunities from automotive accountancy and business management consultancy ASE.

Hosted by some of the sector’s leading suppliers, eight best-practice seminars will tackle some of the major challenges and developments taking place in the industry, covering video, aftersales, online finance, live chat, social media, websites and digital technology, new cars, and customer reviews.

Suppliers in the exhibitors’ hall will showcase and provide product demonstrations of the latest technologies available, allowing dealers to compare different services under one roof in one day.

Last year, nearly 500 visitors attended the event and this year even more are expected to attend from both the franchised and independent sector. 

Once again, the exhibition is free for dealer and manufacturer delegates to attend, and there’s still time to register.  

"Automotive Management Live promises to be high-profile, fast-paced, insightful, enjoyable and essential for dealers looking to maintain their competitive edge," said AM editor Tim Rose.

"Don’t miss the best day you’ll spend away from your dealership in 2017."

Read our nine-page ezine guide to Automotive Management Live 2017




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