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Steps for Q4 success discussed at AM webinar this Wednesday

The AM Motor Retail Review WebinarSteps for successful trading in Q4 and insights into Q3's sales tactics will be discussed at the quarterly AM Motor Retail Review webinar this Wednesday, October 6.

Joining AM for this 45-minute webinar are Citroen UK managing director Eurig Druce, Wessex Garages managing director Chris Wiseman and Cambria Automobiles marketing director Ian Godbold.

Free registration is now open to watch the AM Motor Retail Review live at 2pm, or to view a recording later on demand.

The discussion will examine recent new and used car market results, customer retention strategies in a market short of stock, and the challenge of budgeting for 2022 including the key steps in a strategy for success in a disrupted marketplace.

"If you'd like to learn how our industry executive guests have driven Q3 sales activity, how they manage customers' expectations when there are waiting times for new vehicles, or where they see great opportunities coming in Q4 and 2022, then register now to join this webinar," said AM editor Tim Rose.

"And while you're at it, sign up for the whole series so you can hear from new panellists at the start of every quarter."

Less than a month left to register for free Automotive Management Live event at Birmingham NEC

Automotive Management Live 2021 - Shaping the future of motor retail

The sector’s premier insight and networking event returns to the NEC, in Birmingham, on November 11.

Book your place early to ensure they are ready to embrace a packed schedule of seminars and interactive stands.

Devonshire Motors owner Nathan Tomlinson said of the event: "Being able to get back to networking and learning in person is something that I'm really looking forward to,” he said, adding: “One thing that really caught my eye was the message about ‘learning new skills to balance your workload’.

“Personally, I think that's going to be a really big deal as we continually put more and more pressure on our teams to handle workflow, often digital, that we just don't have the structure, tools or skills to manage well.”


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