Business Management

Articles on best practices, business strategies and solutions for RV business people who manage their companies.

There are indications that this current crisis will cycle through, and things will work out. Based upon that, I’m advising clients on how to turn this time into a time of opportunity, said Kevin Shayne, director of marketing for Netsource Media.
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The Mike Molino RV Learning Center and strategic partner KPA will host a free webinar at 2 p.m. ET on Wednesday, April 1, entitled, “How to Manage Coronavirus (COVID-19) Anxiety and Safety at Work.”
NetSource Media is producing a webinar series called “Do More Digitally.”
The Mike Molino RV Learning Center will host a webinar with dealership consultants from Bob Clements International, titled “The Coronavirus and the Potential Impact on RV Dealerships” at 1 p.m. ET today.
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CDK Global CEO Brian Krzanich is reducing his salary and cash bonuses to $1 for the remainder of 2020 as the dealership technology company prepares to waive or reduce fees paid by dealerships in April.
Rollick, a provider of marketing and technology solutions to the RV and outdoor vehicle industry, has put a blog post up on its website offering OEMs and dealers tips on how to continue serving their customers during this time of social distancing.
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To help ease the burden of the COVID-19 pandemic, Facebook has this week announced a new $100 million grants program to assist 30,000 small- and medium-sized businesses, in 30 nations, supporting the communities in which Facebook and its teams operate.
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“During times of disaster, state and local agencies have used RVs to aid as local command centers, portable offices, temporary housing and other critical uses,” said RV Industry Association President Craig Kirby.
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As many RV dealerships remain open to provide essential services for their communities, it is essential for dealers to provide a “clean and healthy” workplace for their employees, their families, and customers.
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Congress recently passed an amended version of the Families First Coronavirus Response Act.