CARSNIP is inviting delegates to attend its exclusive presentation on ‘The Future of Car Search’ at CDX16, the largest event of its kind in the UK.
The intelligent car search engine, backed by the investors of Pinterest and Google, will be making its debut at this year’s event, which will take place at Silverstone on May 24, and co-founders Alastair Campbell and Stuart Noad will be presenting to a select number of pre-registered guests throughout the day.
They’ll be discussing the technological and generational challenges facing dealers right now, and how they can evolve their business in simple ways to drive big increases in their sales and profitability. The session will also include a runthrough of the latest range of Carsnip products, which have been dubbed the new ‘Google for cars’.
Campbell said: ‘The current online customer journey is complicated for a huge percentage of buyers, while for dealers it’s expensive, time consuming and a waste of margins. There is another way, and I’m looking forward to meeting dealers and exploring how making small, simple changes to their online presence can bring big benefits to their bottom line.’
He added: ‘Driving customers to dealers efficiently through online search is all down to having the latest technology at your fingertips, now and into the future. Big data and ‘AI-style’ machine learning present amazing opportunities to the industry to cut out the middlemen and reconnect buyers and sellers like never before. CDX16 is the perfect place for us to share our work and insights in these areas and connect with members of the industry who, like us, want to use new technology for the better.’
The series of sessions take place throughout the day at stand 215. To register for a place, click here.
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