Auto Retail Live – Used car pricing and sourcing
17 June 2020
BROADCAST TIME: 11:30am, Thursday, 25 June.
Showroom shutdown followed by pent up demand is uncharted territory for the used car market. In this Auto Retail Live webinar we’ll look at how the pricing and sourcing of used cars has been impacted plus what’s in store over the next few months.
Join us at 11:30am, Thursday, 25 June when we’ll have Neil Smith from Imperial Car Supermarkets, Rupert Pontin from Cazana, Mark Fretwell from Chrysalis Loyalty and Bex Clark from Auto Trader, all available to answer your questions.
Showrooms may be open, but we are still facing unprecedented challenges, so it’s vital to come out as strong as possible. With this webinar we aim to help you achieve this.
Key topics for discussion include:
- How is consumer demand?
- Can used car supply keep pace?
- Which way will prices go?
- What will the drop in new car sales do to RVs?
- Can used car sourcing go fully digital?
REGISTER NOW to join us to watch for free and you can submit your own questions to get the inside knowledge to help you ensure opportunities are not missed. But if you miss the live broadcast, we will send you a link to catch up with a recording in your own time.
Auto Retail Network is bringing this latest Auto Retail Live broadcast to give you hands-on advice and initiatives that can be actioned in YOUR dealership right away. Please do contact us on 01572 724687 if you have any questions.
Neil Smith, Business Operations Director, Imperial Cars
Neil Smith joined Imperial Cars in 2010 as business development manager, responsible for devising and implementing the company’s marketing/communications strategy encompassing both traditional and digital channels. In 2015 he was promoted to Operations Director expanding his portfolio of responsibility dramatically and has been a key driver in taking the group to its current 18 sites and a turnover of £201 million in 2019.
Rupert Pontin, Cazana
Mark Fretwell, Chrysalis Loyalty
Bex Clark, Auto Trader
Al Clarke, programme host, Auto Retail Network
Al has held senior executive roles with Ferrari, Maserati and the SMMT. Al started his career as a journalist and presenter with a decade working for the BBC and in commercial radio. He has a particular interest in the application of digital technology and connected car services in the automotive industry and regularly speaks at, and chairs events on, these issues.