Digital Dealer Conference: Automotive Education Highlights
Each year, the automotive business sector provides dozens of learning and networking opportunities through industry-related conferences and expos. The Digital Dealer Conference & Expo is no exception when it comes to enabling attendees with the latest in resources, industry trends, and business solutions. Additionally, the conference provides executives from the country’s top 100 dealerships for counsel and education.
This year’s expo will be held in Orlando, Florida from April 9-11 and will focus on industry best practices, new technologies, building custom business solutions. Additionally, the event grants the opportunity for expert advice from keynote speakers and business development sessions.
Automaxx of the Carolinas owner and founder Johnny Dangerfield can attest to the conference’s success and support for the industry and executives as a whole, by adding that the company, “Attends Digital Dealer Conference & Expo twice a year for insight into the most innovative industry technologies and business techniques. Digital Dealer Conference & Expo has been incredibly beneficial for us at Automaxx, especially in recent years.”
“Attendees may choose from well over a hundred educational sessions fronted by top executives, consultants, and trainers, demoing the latest products and services from countless technology-focused automotive product and service providers.
“Additional carefully tailored support surrounding dealer operations and management, sales strategy and variable operations, and marketing and advertising are also on offer, all of which have proved to be incredibly useful for us at Automaxx of the Carolinas based on attending past events. As such, we’re looking forward to Digital Dealer Conference & Expo 26 which is due to be held in Florida this April,” Dangerfield said.
Automaxx of the Carolinas is a Summerville-based, independent automotive dealer and leads the South Carolina automotive region by annual sales volumes.
Source: EIN Presswire
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