Marshall Motor Holdings chief executive Daksh Gupta is set to reflect his “most challenging period in car retail” and reveal his approach for 2021 as one of the sector leaders speaking at Automotive Management Live Virtual.
Dealer training firm Profit Box and customer renewal solutions provider Chrysalis Loyalty are among the latest automotive industry firms to join the exhibitors list at Automotive Management Live Virtual.
CitNOW will reveal insight into the accelerated pace of digital change in the UK car retail sector since the start of the COVID-19 at AM Live Virtual 2021 – offering advice on the advances yet to come.
Marketing and CRM, car sales and workshop efficiency are among critical subjects at Automotive Management Live Virtual, getting dealers off to a great 2021. The virtual event (January 20 and 21) will also share learnings and case studies from a dozen UK motor retail groups.
AM is launching a fully functioning virtual exhibition version of our annual Automotive Management Live event to enable dealers and OEMs to hear the latest insights and best practice plus network with their industry peers.
Relationships between franchised car retailers and their manufacturer partners show signs of strain due to shrinking margins, if conversations at the AM Awards 2020 round table meeting are anything to go by.
Ford will strap potential Mustang Mach-E customers into a rollercoaster-style ride to experience the accelerative force of its debut electric vehicle (EV) as part of a roadshow set to promote the new model across the UK.
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.