January 24-27 2014, in New Orleans
NADA University is seeking proposals for workshops on key car and truck industry topics for next year’s National Automobile Dealers Association (NADA) and American Truck Dealers (ATD) conventions, which will be held simultaneously, January 24–27, 2014, in New Orleans, LA.
Presenters will be addressing thousands of car and truck dealers, as well as other auto industry professionals, to learn about strategies for growth. Workshops at the 2013 NADA and ATD conventions drew more than 17,000 attendees.
“This is by far the top opportunity in our industry to share creative strategies and real solutions for success before such a large group of auto retail professionals, all eager to learn how to gain a competitive edge,” said Kenneth C. Vance, chairperson of NADA’s Dealership Operations Committee and a new-car dealer in Eau Claire, Wisconsin.
“The workshops at our 2013 conventions received rave reviews from attendees, who tell us they’re already excited about next year’s sessions and the opportunity to learn more from the best trainers in the business,” Vance added.
The workshop program will cover all facets of the dealership business through a variety of tracks tailored to key operational areas.
In 2013, the tracks for NADA included: Executive Leadership; Legal and Regulatory; Managing Your Resources; Parts and Accessories; Sales, Leasing and Finance; Internet Solutions; and Service and Body Shop.
Title: Workshop titles cannot exceed 52 characters (including letters and spaces). NADA will change longer titles. Please be certain that a participant could discern the content from the title.
Synopsis: PLEASE NOTE: Your synopsis will be presented to the Workshop Selection Panel. In order to for the panel to give your proposal proper consideration, be sure to clearly state what will be covered in the workshop in 100 words or less.
Be sure to include a video clip!
More information is available when you click here for instructions on how to submit a workshop proposal for either the NADA or the ATD convention.