Men and women shop differently for cars. Dealer sales teams can sell more to both sexes by learning more about how the use data and shopper analytics.
The Significance of this Video to Dealers:
It captures some powerful ways to better understand how to sell to both women and men. The interview content with Hwei Lin Oetken, Kbb.com Strategy VP, is based on primary survey research that created comprehensive insights into the differences between how men and women car shop for cars.”
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Who are the people that are really influencing your business and your life?
Particularly those power people who are on social media, online, or texting and telling others about you, your company or dealership or your vehicle brand.
Who are these people, where are they, and what is it that they are saying that is subtly and directly influencing car buying, dealer management, brand selections and financial decisions?
Identifying those individuals who are talking about your customers, associates, and counterparts, with social media resources may be one of the most challenging -- yet rewarding actions you can take for 2016.
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TrueCar President, John Krafcik, really shocked the automotive industry recently by announcing that he was moving to a new position heading up Google Inc.’s self-driving car project from troubled TrueCar.
While TrueCar’s future is in question with founder Scott Painter leaving soon, why would Krafcik choose Google over another automaker?
Krafcik, who has been praised for leading Hyundai to record U.S. sales, would have surely be offered an executive position with an OEM or Tier 1 supplier.
What’s behind the Google move?
Read and ingest six categorical areas of insight and backstory from one OF THE the industry’s leading experts on green marketing and alternatively powered vehicles Jon LeSage, editor, Used Car Market Reports and Green Auto Market...
- 1. Race to Be Leading Auto Tech Company
- 2. Marriage of Detroit and Silicon Valley
- 3. The Morphing of Automakers
- 4. The Leading Advanced Technology OEM
- 5. The Migration to “Semi-Autonomous” Vehicles
- 6. Why Uber Says it Will Go Driverless
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View All The AutoVIN leadership team is now led by Richard Carpentier, COO and Senior Vice President of Operations across North America. AutoVIN is part of KAR Auction Services.
A familiar name in the remarketing and vehicle inspection industries in Canada, Carpentier will oversee all aspects of the company’s day-to-day operations in Canada and the United States, including field operations, call centers, quality assurance teams, client relations and business development.
He has more than 20 years of experience in the industry, managing operations and business development teams for inspection companies, first for Quadrex/Manders and later for DataScan. He most recently held the position of managing director for DataScan’s Canadian operations. Carpentier will report to Trevor Henderson, Chief Operating Officer for ADESA Canada.
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Denise Chudy is now the CEO of LotLinx, the breakthrough developer of the first direct linking technology platform to be integrated into automotive industry systems and the customer sales process.
As the new CEO, Denise assumes the leadership of and responsibility for all areas of LotLinx’s business, including strategic direction, development of key partnerships, customer relationships, and for implementing the next growth-fueled phase for LotLinx.
As an original founder of Lotlinx, Denise brings her expertise of digital retailing and automotive together. She comes to the position after a strong rise in both digital and automotive roles at major media companies, including: The Weather Channel, Tremor Video, Cars.com, and Google, where she held a number of executive positions.
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