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This industry leader verified that customers who rent cars through its regional subsidiaries are 55% more likely to buy a new vehicle and 45% more likely to buy a used vehicle – purchasing 1.3 million new vehicles within 6 months of renting.Learn more about our client’s successes
At its annual conference, this auto industry leader helped its global distributers share best practices and learn about the latest trends in sales, service and customer relationships – e.g., distributors in less mature auto markets learned about sophisticated models of business in established markets.Learn more about our client’s successes
As a partner to hundreds of US auto dealers, this email advertising firm has enabled them to increase web traffic, lower marketing costs per vehicle, sell more incremental vehicles per email, and earn higher profits. In the process, this firm has acquired new dealers to achieve 100% year-over-year growth for 3 years and maintained strong client loyalty with 81% renewals.
This leading provider of emission, ride control and brake products for the worldwide automotive market enabled major customer benefits – e.g. one customer saw a 39% increase in sales – and achieved stronger customer satisfaction by improving productivity and completing stock adjustments 75% faster.Learn more about our client’s successes
Cobalt is on the top of Canadian financier Wayne Tisdale’s list of new business opportunities. He has a talent for sensing shortages and creating a business to take advantage of them. This could put the U.S. on the cobalt map when the world is low on its cobalt supply. ------- Editor's Not
I have encountered a question which is kind of different and strange to me,it says, Find the equations of the planes through (2,-1,3) and contains (x-2)/3 = (y-1)/2 = (1-z)/4 and -x/2 =3-y = (z-3)/2 Now,what is confusing me is those two equations,I really don't know where to start.I need help her
Dear Members, Is there any thumb rule for the calculation of water holding capacity of a water tube AFBC boiler of 40TPH