The North American Trailer Dealers Association launched its dealer education webinar series.
NATDA offers these dealer education opportunities at no fee to help dealers grow and increase sales for their business. Each webinar has limited space available.
Here is a brief overview of each webinar (All times are Eastern):
When Quickbooks Is No Longer Enough
Date: Jan. 28 (2 p.m.)
Millions of businesses in hundreds of industries use Quickbooks or similar off-the-shelf packages to handle their bookkeeping. Why shouldn’t you? In this fun and informative webinar, we will share with you the pros and cons of using a robust industry specific software solution.
Increasing Profit Through F&I
Date: Feb. 17 (2 p.m.)
Access to Trailergard is one of the benefits of your NATDA membership. The purpose of this webinar is to not only review the program but show you how you can generate additional profits though F&I. We would like to invite you to attend a free 30-minute webinar about the F&I department and Trailergard service contracts.
Grow Your Profit By Adding a Commercial Equipment Finance Program
Date: March 10 (2 p.m.)
There are financial advantages to commercial leasing and lending but many dealerships don’t partake in it simply because they don’t understand what it is or the benefits. This presentation will be focused on answering questions about commercial financing so that you can help your customers with more options and also help your dealership make more money.
No Bad Reviews: Online Reputation Management 101
Date: April 20 (2 p.m.)
The workshop will guide you through the process of how to monitor and manage any negative press, reviews or online content utilizing a number of different tactics and tools. The program also will provide strategy for proactively building a strong, positive online brand that will mitigate the effect of any negativity in the future.
For more information and to register to attend these webinars, click here.
NATDA will be releasing additional classes throughout the year on important topics requested by dealers such as business management and much more. Remember to check the NATDA Dealer Education page often for updates and schedules.