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VOI vs ROI

VOI vs ROI

We all seek growth, personally and professionally. What I’ve come to understand is that growth in a business isn’t measured by ROI alone. …

Develop Your Next-Gen Leadership from Service Employees

Develop Your Next-Gen Leadership from Service Employees

Service employees work hard, really hard. The service department is a baptism-by-fire style of teaching, especially in busy domestic dealers where there is…

4 Benefits of Omnichannel Marketing

4 Benefits of Omnichannel Marketing

Marketing is becoming increasingly complex, with the proliferation of ‘Big Data,” predictive analytics and new mobile and digital channels. To …

Digital Finance SOS – Is Digital Retailing the Answer? (Part 4)

Digital Finance SOS – Is Digital Retailing the Answer? (Part 4)

Part Four: Summary - Digital Retailing, Done Right, is the Answer! The automotive reality in today’s era of ecommerce is that Digital Retailing ha…

Why New Doesn't Always Mean Better for Auto Industry Marketers

Why New Doesn't Always Mean Better for Auto Industry Marketers

Global advertising spend is expected to exceed half a trillion dollars for the fourth year in a row, and American brands are once again fueling t…

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