Rafi Hamid, vice president of sales and marketing for Cooper Automotive Group of Oklahoma and also president/CEO of Dealers Technology Inc., is sharing his expertise with automotive dealers and managers on e-Business Planning and Executing in 2012.
Anyone can tell you how to run a dealer group; there are so many great new and old theories proven or otherwise. Rafi Hamid will share the most current theories in practices without fluff and show you in reality what works and what doesn’t. Learn what has been accomplished under his command in just the last 14 months and how he has been able to dominate the Oklahoma market when it comes to online presence for Cooper Auto Group. He will show you how to use dedicated resources to develop, manage and measure all the results you need to set up your own blueprint when it comes to social media success.
What will you learn and what action items will you take back to the dealership?
1. Learn live performance stats from best practicing dealer groups in the country.
2. Learn about a list of strategies available on the Internet at minimal or no cost to increase your bottom line.
3. Learn strategies to pick performance-based partners… vendors to help you succeed in today’s market.
Rafi Hamid is a veteran auto executive who is vice president of sales and marketing for Cooper Automotive Group of Oklahoma and also president/CEO of Dealers Technology Inc., an award winning sales training and consulting company. He was a senior director of vAuto and prior to that he was a very successful group director of Napleton Auto Group, consisting of 34 locations with 64 franchises across five states. He has over 30 years experience in the automotive industry specializing in auto groups enterprise management.
A 12th Digital Dealer® Conference & Exposition Featured Speaker: Rafi Hamid presents: e-Business Planning and Executing in 2012: Share a current successful plan: Structure, Process & Auto Marketing (SPAM) while keeping true ROI and current market conditions for dealer group enterprise management.
We’re building out the agenda, selecting speakers and topics for more than 90 sessions that are laser-focused on all things digital.