From the 2012 NIADA Convention - Each year special recognition is given to those in the automotive industry who have displayed exemplary commitment, leadership and community service. NIADA also honors five of the nation's brightest young adults with scholarships to the college or university of their choice.
Is your inventory a "crap shoot?" A perfect inventory is not about luck. It's about knowing how to use YOUR numbers to stock your lot. This panel presentation was presented at the NIADA National Convention in Las Vegas. Panelists include: Michael Darrow and Laurie Kann, Certified Master Dealers; Bob Tarr, SmartAuction, and Tim Zierden, Adesa. Moderated by Joe Lescota, Northwood University.
Social media is perhaps the biggest game-changer in the business world since the World Wide Web itself. Learn how this new marketing platform is impacting your dealership right now. Whether you take advantage of it (and you can!) is up to you. Presented by Keith Whann, NIADA General Counsel.
IBM's first parking survey found that drivers in 20 international cities face a daily struggle in finding a parking space. In the past year, nearly six out of 10 drivers have abandoned their search for a space at least once, and more than a quarter have gotten into an argument with a fellow motorist over a parking space.
As CEO of Manheim, the world's largest auction company, Sandy Schwartz presents his perspective of current and future trends in the remarketing industry. Recorded at the 2012 Conference of Automotive Remarketing in Las Vegas.
If you're interested in the latest industry trends, this session is for you. Join Al Lentsch, Northland Auto Enterprises, and Joe Zawatski, North Coast Auto Sales, for this examination of the new "RENT TO OWN" approach to auto dealership profits. Introduction by Sandra Moss. From the 2010 NIADA Convention in Las Vegas.
There is a remarketing trend to move toward a multi-platform selling environment. What impact will this have on the future of automotive remarketing in the wholesale market? Will the technology evolve to allow cross-bidding?