As the nationwide lockdown is lifted, restrictions are eased, and the auto retail landscape begins its slow climb back to a more normal state, dealers will be challenged with how to turn stock faster and more efficiently.
The automotive industry is, without question, going through a major period of change. The knock-on effect of the COVID-19 pandemic paired with a shift in consumer buying habits is challenging business leaders to squeeze the most out of their assets.
In a special AM ‘guest opinion’ post to mark International Women’s Day, Julia Muir explains how fixing car retail to to allow women to feel safe and thrive has little to do with being ‘woke’ or ‘politically correct’.
In the first of two specially-written AM 'guest opinion' posts to mark International Women's Day, Jacqui Barker head of commercial at drivvn, explains why the drive towards digital and greater diversity in the workforce is set to transform car retail.
In today’s world, technology has the power to transform customer experiences and relationships, but the car buying and servicing progress may still be viewed as inconvenient and impersonal by many customers.
Volkswagen Financial Services (VWFS) chief executive, Mike Todd, predicts that - aside from the impact of Brexit - three other key areas will continue to influence the automotive sector’s response post COVID-19.
A Brexit deal may have been done but with COVID-19 and the electric vehicle (EV) agenda at the heart of car retail’s challenges in 2021, Alison Ashley, RSM’s head of motor retail, has highlighted her key predictions for the years ahead.
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