2019 NADA Seminar at Fordham

Fordham Partners Frank Genobile, David Buckley, and Neil Cahir led a Dealer Study Tour Group again this year to NADA 2019 in San Francisco and will present the very best ideas to come out of this premier automotive convention. Topics include:

·                     Trends & insights into the US dealership market

·                     The Dealership model of the future

·                     Modernising your sales process

·                     Capturing buyers in an Amazon world!

·                     Make pre-owned great again!

·                     Replicate F&I menu selling in the service lane

·                     Leveraging Google, Facebook & Twitter

·                     Disruption today – drive profitability with technology

·                     Running an operationally efficient dealership.


Date: Wednesday 6 March 2019 from 7:15am

Venue: Level 29, Rialto South Tower, 525 Collins Street Melbourne  

RSVP: to pcolaci@fordhamgroup.com.au

This seminar is a “must do” to stay abreast of leading developments, so as to maximise the performance of your dealership.

To download a copy of the invitation, please click here

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