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Could this be the next big idea in motor dealerships?

JasonDaweWell known motoring journalist Jason Dawe has seen a thing or two when it comes to innovations in the car sales process. Before getting into broadcast journalism and writing for the likes of the Sunday Times and Motor Trade News, he cut his teeth at the sharp end selling cars in dealerships.

So when Jason tells us that he has seen something genuinely new and interesting coming down the track, the Motor Trade News team sit up and take notice. Exactly that happened a few weeks back....

Jason takes up the story, "Jim Kerr, remember the name. Some of you reading this might know it already, he has after all been in the motor industry for more than 30 years, but if you don’t know him, you may do soon. Because Jim thinks that his company could be about to provide the missing link from the digital revolution and it is called Connect.

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Bigger and better things for Bucks luxury car repairer

BucksSiteSpecialist luxury car restorer, the Beaconsfield Workshop has just moved to new purpose built premises on the Hall Barn Estate near Buckinghamshire town’s rugby club.

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Auto Trader appointment targets the vehicle manufacturers

IanPlummerOnline classified cars for sale website, Auto Trader, has hired Volkswagen UK’s ex head of sales operations, Ian Plummer as Manufacturer & Agency Director.

Plummer had been with Volkswagen since joining from Renault in 2012.

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New General Manager for Mercedes Benz of Peterborough

MercCarGreyEast Anglian Mercedes dealer, Mercedes-Benz of Peterborough, which is part of the Robinsons Motor Group, has appointed Nigel George as their new General Manager.

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NAMA reveal changing auction market picture for February 2017

AuctionHall MTNVehicle auctions trade body, The National Association of Motor Auctions (NAMA) has published it’s car auction data report for February 2017 showing an increase in first time conversion rates, a drop in average selling values and an increase in average mileages.

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