CDX 2018 taking shape as last few stands are snapped up

CDX 2018 taking shape as last few stands are snapped up

CDX 2018 is nearly here and everything is falling into place! With the last few stand spaces being snapped up as we draw ever nearer to Europe’s largest automotive expo and conference, it’s apparent that this year’s event is going to be bigger and better than ever.

Moving away from the previous venue of Silverstone, CDX 2018 is going to be a massive two-day occasion, taking place at the brilliant Manchester Central Convention Complex on May 21 and 22.

In addition to the Live Stage discussions, workshops and breakout sessions, there is going to be a huge number of exhibitors at the event. They will all be vying for your attention as they show off their latest and greatest products, as well as chat to you about how they can best help your business succeed.

CDX’s headline sponsors – GardX, iVendi, Perfect Placement and WMS Group – will all be present to play a huge part in everything that happens over the two days, while helping to make it all possible.

Rebecca Chaplin, editor of Car Dealer Magazine, said: ‘Anyone who has been to previous CDX events at Silverstone can’t fail to have noticed that the expo itself is the beating heart of what goes on.

‘And if you thought our expos at Silverstone were impressive, you’ll be simply amazed by the scale of the Manchester version. The venue is stunning and the exhibitors are really looking forward to it. Now we just need as many dealers as possible to come along and help make CDX 2018 the success it undoubtedly deserves to be.

‘The exhibitors are really looking forward to it. Now we just need as many dealers as possible to come along and help make CDX 2018 the success it undoubtedly deserves to be.’

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