Now 2,500 delegates sign up for CDX – and we’re all set for our best event yet!

Time 10:15 am, May 16, 2017

CDX has strengthened its position as the UK’s largest and most important motor trade expo and conference – with an impressive 2,500 delegates now planning to attend.

More than 100 leading industry suppliers representing 102 exciting brands will exhibit at the free-to-attend day-long event at Silverstone on Tuesday, May 23.

There will also be 20 must-attend workshops devised to help motor trade professionals expand their businesses.

And with a week to go before doors open, a surge of online registrations for free tickets looks set to push numbers well over the record 3,000 delegates who were at last year’s event.

Among the highlights will be a presentation by Andrew McMillan, formerly a senior executive at John Lewis, who will talk about the importance to business of creating a distinct customer experience in a crowded marketplace.

CDX17 will also be the venue for the ever more popular Women In The Motor Industry (WITMI) session, where distinguished and high-profile industry figures will discuss the important issues of the day.

In addition, we will be revealing the 200 most influential UK dealer groups on social media.

James Baggott, the founder and chief executive of CDX parent company Baize Group, said: ‘In a few short years CDX has grown beyond all recognition to become without doubt the most important conference and expo in the motor trade calendar.

‘This year’s event will be bigger, more entertaining, more informative and more valuable than ever before. For decision-makers in the motor industry, CDX is a must-attend event.’

For full details of this year’s event, visit

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