Are Car Sales People Still Going to Be Relevant?

Alistair Horsburgh, Group Chief Strategy Officer, from CitNOW Group, returns this week to chat about everything from Artificial Intelligence and Sales Agency to looking at future investments.

One of the biggest challenges to sales and service staff is time, and we discuss that there will always be opposing views about AI, but it should be used to help staff and bring efficiencies.

When looking for future investments Alistair explains that you need to understand how you current offering helps your customers, where the gaps are and look to fill them.

Here are the highlights:

{02:13} The Disruptors Wil Always Be There

{03:00} Artificial Intelligence

{05:30} AI Not Good Enough for Front of House

{13:48} Sales Agency

{16:57} When You Buy a Business What Are You Looking For?

{29:38} Advice for Investors

About Symco Training:

Symco Training was founded in 2000 by Simon Bowkett and it was his belief that the business had to offer its clients something different. That difference was clear to Simon from his days in the dealership when he experienced many sales trainers who had all the answers, but were unable, unwilling or both to actually show the delegate how they could be implemented. It remains the ethos of the business today. You see, Symco only employ trainers that are committed to delivering not only in spiring and insightful training, but are equally as happy to demonstrate these skills and techniques with real customers in your own showroom. We believe in order for sales training to be effective and in Simon’s words ‘real world’, it needs to be tried and tested in the only place it matters the showroom floor. There is no room for theory when your goals are for your team to sell more cars, hours or parts and retain more profit. In dealerships around the world the focus applied by many of the sales executives is to try and sell a deal. Symco specialise in getting your teams to focus on selling themselves, the product and then supporting this with the deal.

To find out more visit

www.symcotraining.co.uk