DrivingSales.comWhy It is So Important To Attract Hire and Retain Women Employees at Dealerships ... Read More!
It’s just a fact of life in the automotive world: listening is essential! One of the key things we stress when training our Certified Female Friendly clients is developing great communication skills. Too often, when a woman visits a car dealer, tire dealer, service center or other automotive retail location, she is interrupted, talked over, or simply not being heard. Well, I’m here to tell everyone in the auto world ...
DrivingSales.com New Community Feature – Featured Columns - What Women Want by Jody DeVere (CEO, AskPatty.com) ... Read More!
Youtube Video of Jim Lentz' industry address from NADA Convention February 5, 2011 in San Francisco. ... Read More!
Jim Lentz, President and COO of Toyota Motor Sales USA delivered a keynote speech where he called for auto dealers to take the radical stance of actually listening to women, and quotes our own Jody DeVere. ... Read More!
Last weekend at the NADA conference in San Francisco, Jim Lentz, President and COO of Toyota Motor Sales USA delivered a keynote speech on the state of the industry. In it he said that 2011 marks a new beginning for the industry, giving dealers a call to action to rise above the oft-mentioned economic downturn of a few years past, saying to strive for gradual improvements this year and next; he spoke of the importance of ...
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- A Jacksonville car dealership is making sure women are comfortable while buying a new car. Tom Bush car dealers are having their salesmen take classes on how to be more female friendly. ... Read More!
We’ll be there with bells on and with plenty of valuable information to help you increase sales and improve customer retention – and grow your share of the industry’s most valuable and fastest-growing group: Women. ... Read More!
“Leading companies recognize the link between creating memorable customer experiences and driving loyalty, advocacy, retention and future sales,” stated Jody DeVere, CEO of AskPatty.com, Inc http://ow.ly/1AsUt
In the final hours of Election Day, the candidates are battling for every vote. U.S. News and World Report says "They might be able to save some time by checking out the kind of cars voters are driving...what people drive tends to show how they vote." For example, pickup truck drivers are 3.5 times more likely to be Republicans than Democrats. What does your car say about your own political preferences?Regardless of whether ...