13th November 2024
NEC Birmingham

What’s on the Horizon?

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As well as the impact of the pandemic, businesses are adjusting to new rules after Brexit and navigating the effect on their business whilst at the same time, consumer confidence has taken a battering.


Industry leaders have been hard at work finding ways not to just survive given the current economic conditions but come back stronger and more resilient than ever before.


AM’s virtual two-day conference Automotive Management Live will provide expert insights into the sector’s future to help you plan and adapt. Free for dealer and manufacturer colleagues, AML takes place online on Wednesday 20th January and Thursday 21st January – you can register your place here.


We’ll be exploring life for the industry after Brexit and post-pandemic, how traditional dealership property portfolios should change and the sustainability of the dealer network itself.


Economic Outlook

Sarah Noble, director - supply chain strategy, Deliotte Sponsored by MotorDocs


This session explores the likely impact of Brexit, the latest lockdown and the ongoing pandemic itself on the sector and its retailers.


Motor Retail Property

Robert Stephens of RS & Co, and Richard Adams of Accendia


Examining the challenges faced by OEMs and the dealer network in maintaining its traditional retail strategy including cost effective investments and disposals and exploring different ways brands and dealers can provide a physical presence beyond the dealership.


Dealer Sustainability

Steve Young, managing director, ICDP Sponsored by CDK Global


Understanding new choices in vehicle purchase, ownership models and repair and servicing options, exploring how the dealership of tomorrow could look, getting to grips with the changing OEM relationship and examining how dealers can adapt their businesses for an omnichannel world.