Final stands at CDX16 are being snapped up

Time 10:19 am, February 10, 2016

CAR DEALER Magazine’s team hosted a number of exhibitors at Silverstone’s Wing conference centre yesterday as the last remaining stands for CDX16 began to get snapped up.

The open day was designed to show off the three huge halls at Silverstone which will be filled with exhibitors and dealers on May 24 for the motor trade’s largest FREE to attend dealer expo. Keynote speakers for the event are already confirmed as Twitter, Facebook, Google and Haymarket Automotive.

Just a handful of stands remain to be filled and these are expected to be snapped up in the next few days. ‘It was brilliant to show motor trade suppliers around the huge halls at Silverstone and explain to them how it would look on May 24,’ said Car Dealer MD James Baggott.

‘Going back to the halls reminded me of the buzz last year when 1,500 dealers flooded through the doors – and I for one can’t wait for that to happen all over again.’

At CDX16 there will be 12 workshops for dealers to attend with hints and tips on how to improve business in a number of areas, keynote speeches and panel discussions with some of the biggest names in the motor trade on the Car Dealer Live stage.

Car Dealer Magazine will also be announcing the winners of its acclaimed Twitter 140 Awards – with the gongs handed out by Twitter themselves – while the much enjoyed Women In The Motor Industry (WITMI) session is back with a star line up of panellists.

Tickets to the event are FREE of charge and can be booked by clicking here.

If you would like more information about exhibiting get in touch with the team on 023 9252 2434 to find out what’s left.


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