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MotorVise kicks off growth plan with Neil Carruthers appointment

Neil Carruthers, MotorVise account manager for automotive sales events

Motorvise has appointed former Rhino Design events manager Neil Carruthers as its own account manager for automotive sales events as it kicks starts a new period of growth.

Carruthers will be charged with driving the success of MotorVise’s new events system, which is aiming to help car dealerships meet their sales, service, and profit objectives as business gets back to normal following the easing of COVID-19 restrictions.

Fraser Brown, the managing director of MotorVise Automotive, said: “Having weathered the economic climate caused by the COVID pandemic, MotorVise now is ready to power ahead.

“It’s of paramount importance that we recruit the right calibre of staff to help us realise our plans to grow the business.

“We are delighted to have Neil on board as his in-depth knowledge and can-do attitude will help us take sales events to another level.”

Based near Richmond, North Yorkshire, MotorVise aims to embrace the latest technology to provide a comprehensive range of services to the car retail sector.

These include the provision of car sales events, car dealership recruitment, finance and insurance compliance, sales incentive systems, staff training courses and vehicle progressor systems.

Its hi-tech focus has included introducing a new event management system that uses Artificial Intelligence to learn and improve results with every event.

Carruthers said: “The culture and business ethos at Motorvise is second-to-none and I am looking forward to help it achieve its business goals as well as those of its clients.”

Last month MotorVise recruited new account managers Harry Potter and Philippa Hirst amid increasing demand for its consultancy services.

Business graduates Potter and Hirst have joined the business as the motor trade continues to open up following the coronavirus pandemic.

 

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