There’s less than a month to go until car dealers and manufacturers can get their fill of business insight, FCA compliance advice and see motor retail’s latest technology at Automotive Management Live.
At Automotive Management Live on November 7 at Birmingham NEC, Real World Analytics automotive data scientist Neil Murphy will help dealers and carmakers learn how to turn data into insights and intelligence.
Competing pay per click (PPC) and search engine optimisation (SEO) strategies eat into marketing budgets unnecessarily and Autoweb Design’s digital solutions director Martin Dew will be urging retailers to curtail ‘maverick spend’ when he hosts a masterclass session at Automotive Management Live.
Dealers need a consistent contact strategy for every customer from the point of sale to the point of resale to boost retention rates, that’s the message from Lyn Howdon, global head of academy and learning at Chrysalis Loyalty.
Tackling the pitfalls facing dealers head on when offering online vehicle retailing will boost sector confidence in delivering digital sales, according to James Tew, chief executive of iVendi which has developed ecommerce solutions alongside its finance tools.
Imaging expert CitNOW ispreparing to showcase its relaunched Web app complete with new integrations at Automotive Management Live, where chief executive Alistair Horsburgh will also host a masterclass highlighting how such technology can bridge the gap between the digital and physical showroom.
Car dealers looking to capitalise on the electric vehicle (EV) evolution need to educate sales teams and install charging infrastructure on their forecourts, according to Kevin Pugh, who heads up EV charging specialist Tritium in the UK and Ireland.
Car dealers combining systematic and programmatic email communications with targeted social media messages create an electronic safety net which avoids leads falling through the gaps, according to managing director of digital agency Marketing Delivery Jeremy Evans.
Neil Addley, founder and managing director of JudgeService Research, promises to deliver a masterclass of leadership insights gained after more than 20 years of working with some of the UK’s most successful automotive retail groups at this year’s Automotive Management Live.
The UK’s leading event for motor retailers is going VIRTUAL.
TWO days of insightful, engaging content that Automotive Management LIVE is known for whilst enabling our audience to connect with the full range of suppliers to motor retail, learn and share industry best practice, and discuss how to prepare for the future of motor retail.