NADA Show 2020 went full throttle on its third day as thousands of dealers and managers, OEM execs, allied industry and international guests attended sessions, workshops and events carefully designed to help them learn, motivate, dive deep, and collaborate.
This year is the 100th anniversary of women’s right to vote in the United States, so 2020 is an excellent time to celebrate the tremendous strides that women are making in the automotive industry and talk about ways to get even more women involved in the future.
Most dealerships are aware of the impact and importance of diversity and inclusion in their workplaces. But what can dealers do to promote more diversity and inclusion?
The sun was shining, the coffee was flowing, and the concourse of the Las Vegas Convention Center was packed for the start of Day 2 of NADA Show 2020 as more than 20,000 attendees got ready to learn, network and discover the latest trends and technology solutions at the “Automotive Industry Event of the Year.”
Now, thanks to a partnership with Hireology, NADA’s Human Capital 20 Group is connecting human resources professionals so they can share best practices and resources to find, develop and retain talent.
NADA Show 2020’s Opening General Session celebrated the contributions of local dealership leaders and the power of many voices speaking as one.
What do women in automotive want? The same thing as everyone else. “Women want a place to grow and develop,” said Lori Wittman, senior vice president of Dealer Software Solutions for Cox Automotive.
If you want to win in the dealership, you have to win online and Google can help, according to Brian Benstock of Paragon Honda and Paragon Acura in Woodside, New York.
Anticipation was in the air and a crowd gathered outside the Expo Hall as day two of NADA Show 2020 got underway with a welcome message from NADA Chairman Charlie Gilchrist, NADA Show Chairman Michael Joe Cannon, and NADA’s head of Public Affairs Jonathan Collegio.