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Optimizing F&I in the Age of Factory Orders

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Jake Stacey, Executive Vice President, Sales, LGM Financial Services. PHOTO LGM Financial Services

Webinar looks at strategies to help dealers in an age of supply disruption and low inventory.

On March 10 at 1.00 p.m. EST/10.00 a.m. PST, LGM Financial Services will be hosting a webinar entitled: Optimizing F&I in the Age of Factory Orders.

The webinar will be presented by Jake Stacey, Executive Vice President of Sales, LGM Financial Services, and moderated by Huw Evans, Editor-in-Chief at Autosphere.ca.

Jake Stacey is recognized as one of Canada’s leading female automotive executives with an accomplished background as a business strategist and sales professional.

During the webinar, Stacey will cover:

  • Short- and long-term business implications due to factory orders
  • Transformative insights from proprietary in-field research gathered from 100s of dealerships across Canada
  • A proven operational process to maximize the consumer experience and F&I in this challenging new environment

Semiconductor chip shortages have resulted in supply chain disruptions across the globe including the availability of new vehicles. As a result, consumers are resorting to placing factory orders, with current delivery times ranging from 6-12 months. For dealers, this situation has resulted in challenges to traditional sales and operational processes; misalignment around consumer expectations, as well as missed opportunities to generate F&I revenue.

This webinar aims to help dealers tackle these issues with insightful content and strategies they can adopt today. Following the main presentation, there will also be a Q&A session where attendees are encouraged to submit questions.

More details will emerge as we edge closer to the actual date of the webinar.

For registration information, please click here.

 

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