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Market insights from Auto Trader and Suzuki at AM Motor Retail Review webinar

The AM Motor Retail Review WebinarAuto Trader's commercial director Ian Plummer and Suzuki GB director of automobile Dale Wyatt have agreed to join the panelists sharing business insights at the AM Motor Retail Review webinar on July 6.

Just hours after the SMMT new car registrations come out for June - the first trading month for England and Northern Ireland since the UK Government forced all car showrooms to close during lockdown - our panelists will share their thoughts on the market conditions, the experience of trading under social distanced conditions, and the likely prospects for Q3's performance.

To view the webinar live, at 2pm Monday July 6, or on demand afterwards, you'll need to register here.

Auto Trader's commercial director, Ian PlummerPlummer (pictured left) and Wyatt (right) will join a panel including Steve Le Bas, head of motor retail at accountants BDO and Cambria Automobiles managing director Tim Duckers for the webinar discussion, which will be chaired by AM editor Tim Rose.

Rose said: "We've already heard reports suggesting that June has delivered some of the pent-up demand the industry wanted, so our panelists will be ready to celebrate any successes and analyse what this will mean for the coming months.

"The crucial September plate-change campaign is fast approaching, and now that all nations of the UK are back doing business all automotive managers will need to understand the market conditions and be ready to optimise their performance and profitability."


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