Tweet Before the novel coronavirus pandemic crisis got its fangs into the global community, the auto industry was humming and things like mobility as a service and public transportation were roaring into fantastic developments found…Read More
This week on the Mobility Tech & Connectivity Show we are focused on the used car business. Kicking things off will be myself and Jay as we run through recent developments in the used car business, including an update on the Hertz bankruptcy (see below). Also…KAR posts $32M net loss in Q2, but CEO expected worse; KAR Global to buy BacklotCars for $425 million; Ohio approves tax credit for Carvana distribution center near Cleveland; Cherokee Media Group’s All-Digital Used Car Week Set for November
This week on the Mobility Tech & Connectivity Show we will be talking about video marketing with our Special Guest Adam Thrasher from 34 Fire, who works with local businesses to help them stand out from the competition, primarily through the use of VIDEO.
In this episode of the Mobility Tech & Connectivity Show we talk about the overall state of the auto industry, and covid’s impact on consumers with our Special Guest Carl Van Ostrand from DISQO. We look at new data and insights on COVID-19’s impact on the auto industry and consumer confidence, plus Sunbit’s recent endorsements with Acura, Honda, Infiniti, Kia, Mercedes-Benz, Nissan, and Volkswagen as a preferred solution for financing parts and services.
In this episode of the Mobility Tech & Connectivity Show we welcome Special Guests Joe Yannetty and Roger Nygard, writers of the 1999 film ‘Suckers’ about a car dealership in SoCal – directed by Nygard, to talk about movie making in the car business. The theme this week is Automotive Consumer Experience and we talk about the fate of cars in cities and government contact tracing of Covid-19.
This week on the Mobility Tech & Connectivity Show: Apple Vertical Cinema; Conversation with Bitesize CEO Jess Lee about text message (SMS) marketing in Auto Retail; Joe Biden selects Senator Kamala Harris as running mate; Mayor de Blasio tells New Yorkers to stop buying cars; Chicago to use social media to track tourists violating quarantine – Advanced Auto Retail Marketing Panel Discussion.
This week on the Mobility Tech & Connectivity Show, we discuss the impact of TikTok being banned in the US and the potential Microsoft buyout. We also take a deep dive with our Special Guest for the day – Steve Greenfield from Automotive Ventures, into how “Digital Retailing” (or Remote Retailing) players may benefit from the pandemic in the long-term. Plus, it’s Used Car Week on the show and we have a panel discussion lined up to look at the state of the used car business and key developments.
In this episode of the Mobility Tech & Connectivity Show: Tesla picks Austin for $1 billion auto factory; Covid Outbreak interrupts sports’ return; Joe Biden’s campaign tells staffers to delete TikTok from personal, work phones; and Emptier Roads Not Resulting in Increase in Safety, Data Says; Plus…Digital Retail Champions, and the Future of Virtual Industry Conferences.
Tweet Working from home and online shopping have become the new normal and that will reduce driving in the U.S. by up to 270 billion miles a year, according to a new study. The research…
This week on the Mobility Tech & Connectivity Show: Kia launches ‘Live Stream Showroom’ to offer customers an innovative digital experience; Drivers Pass on Lane-Assist; Uber to buy Postmates for $2.65 billion to expand delivery; Amazon plans at least $100M in stock awards to keep Zoox talent; Kanye West Confirms He’s Running for President; WNBA players want Sen. Kelly Loeffler removed from Atlanta Dream ownership.