The mere existence of a website doesn’t guarantee its effectiveness, so how can motor retailers ensure that the web is working for them?
Close Brothers Motor Finance has relaunched its website, with the intention of improving the user journey for dealers and customers.
The FCA Group’s flagship Motor Village UK showrooms promise to deliver a greater user-friendly experience for customers following the launch of a new website.
Lookers has launched a fourth generation website as part of its eight-year relationship with GForces.
Jardine Motors Group has launched the latest evolution of its website with a renewed focus on the connected consumer made possible by a partnership with GForces.
GForces has extended its relationship with Vauxhall UK until March 2018 as part of a continuation of a deal which has been in place for the past four years.
Jaguar Land Rover has struck-up a partnership with Rockar to create a new retailing experience within Stratford’s Westfield shopping complex.
Peter Vardy has teamed up with eCommerce specialist Eysys to streamline the marketing of stock online via its Auto Ad Builder “mass ad creation tool”.
Dealers should move quickly to update their web browsers or risk leaving the ‘door open for malicious attacks’, warns iVendi.
JCT600 has launched a fully responsive website designed to enhance the customer experience and drive traffic.
AM has made it even easier for you to view what’s happened in the motor trade in the past seven days, with a ‘The Week’ function.
Automotive parts and workshop equipment distributor Andrew Page has launched a new online store aimed at retail customers, enthusiasts and professional technicians.
Automotive Management Live: Where franchised and independent dealers will find everything they need to know about operating a modern showroom and service and repair facility fit for the digital age.
When: November 12 2020
Where: Birmingham NEC
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