This week on the Mobility Tech & Connectivity Show we are back with the “2-Minute Drill Down” where our two guests Herb Anderson and Tiffany Simonsen face off in a round of retorts limited to two minutes each in response to select current events happening in the world with your hosts Jay and Ryan.
In this episode of the Mobility Tech & Connectivity Show: Hertz files for bankruptcy; Used car e-commerce company Vroom files for IPO; Spotify Keeps Focusing on Podcasts with Joe Rogan Deal; Human rights groups object after man in Singapore sentenced to death via Zoom; Twitter Deletes Michelle Malkin’s “Censorship” Video; Restaurants rebel against delivery apps as cities crack down on fees
This week on the Mobility Tech & Connectivity Show we are back with the all-new “2-Minute Drill Down” where our two guests Heather Burton and Terry Lancaster face off in a round of retorts to select current events happening in the world with your hosts Ryan and Jay.
In this episode of the Mobility Tech & Connectivity Show we took an alternate approach with the program and introduced the all-new segment – 2-Minute Drill Down where our two guests faced each other in a round of retorts to select current events happening in the world: Elon Musk Defies Lockdown Orders and Reopens Tesla’s Factory; Police Drones Used to Enforce Social Distancing; People Uncomfortable With Government Tracking, but Less So if It’s to Fight Virus.
Companies such as Tesla, Ford, Toyota, Uber, Volvo, and others have been working hard to reach the ultimate goal of Level 5 autonomous vehicle operation, in which vehicles are completely self-driving and able to handle…
Most dealerships know about the warranty reimbursement process available through OEMs, but not all dealerships take advantage of it. Some think it muddies the relationship between the OEM and the dealership, others think it’s more…
In this session, we talk at length about how increased competition is driving a need for better data and a focused marketing strategy. The first segment focuses on CPO sales forecasts and pricing, and the impact that OEMs have on the market. The second segment focuses on how Google My Business can be utilized to help sell more used cars.
A mashup of conversations about fixed operations from January through March that reveals how undetected COVID-19 was and how quickly it became the unassuming disruptor that it was. In it we review the online auto parts business of 2019, hear how dealers recruit and develop service technicians, and we see first-hand how dealers are adopting COVID-19 protocols and safety measures.
Despite the presently twisted scenario we find ourselves in right now due to the COVID-19 pandemic crisis, today’s market still demands strong relationships with your clients. From acquisition to retention, the growth of your business…
As we enter into the second full month of a global shutdown, one where the difference between being classified as an essential or non-essential business could mean life or death for many dealerships, one thing is clear – the need to adapt is critical.