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  • Auto Remarketing Sept. 1 2017
Each year, Auto Remarketing makes the tough decision to select a stellar group of current-and-next-generation leaders who are making big differences in the used-car industry and their companies. And each year the honorees represent just a fraction of the incredible talent the business has to offer.
  • Used Car Awards 2017 Sponsored by TradeRev
The UCAs will honor the dealers and executives making positive impacts and building great businesses within the used-car industry. The honorees and award recipients will be invited to attend a special Used Car Awards luncheon during Used Car Week, Nov. 13-17 in Palm Springs, Calif. This year’s UCA luncheon is sponsored by TradeRev.
  • Women in Remarketing 2017
Auto Remarketing’s annual Women in Remarketing program, sponsored by Ally, honors leaders who are passionate about creating the future of automotive industry and empowering its people. This recognition of excellence also remarks on the progress women have made in influencing a more diverse cohort of leaders and decision-makers across all sectors of the business.
  • NIADA's National Policy Conference 2017
The National Independent Automobile Dealers Association’s annual National Leadership Conference is now the National Policy Conference, rebranded to reflect the overriding focus and goal of the association’s yearly visit to Washington D.C. That focus, of course, is to make the voice of the independent dealer heard by those who shape our federal government’s policies – legislators and the regulatory...
  • Used Car Week 2016 Team Photo
What sets Used Car Week apart is prioritizing the in-person experience of attending an industry conference. And in my biased opinion, the best part about attending any industry event is the in-person experience of getting real-time answers to questions, establishing new business connections, and catching up with friends.
Over the past couple of months our team has focused on introducing you to the new and improved Used Car Week experience. Updates to this year’s event came about through many conversations with the companies and individuals that support our efforts.
It’s that time of year again when companies embark on their mid-year reviews – a time to evaluate what is working and what is not, a time to make adjustments and take on new initiatives in an effort to end the year on a strong positive note. The mid-year check-up provides a useful yardstick for auto lenders as well.
July 18, 2017
You know the folks you say hello to every day in the office hallway, see regularly at conferences or correspond with over email? While the interaction itself and some of the day-to-day grind of work may seem “ordinary,” what many of them (and YOU!) are doing is, in fact, extraordinary.
Last month we announced some pretty big deal updates and the collective response thus far has been “Wow! Digging the new branding, and the improved Used Car Week experience sounds great!” Most notable of the updates is the intentional cross-learning opportunity built into the 2017 agenda, enabling attendees to delve deeper into their topic of interest while also gleaming...
Defaults and delinquencies might be trending lower for the time being, but experienced auto finance participants know how the changes in the cycle can develop, requiring providers to pivot their strategies. To arm you with the best information and strategies available, Auto Fin Con is gathering experts who can explain not only what’s just happened, but also can project...

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