The vehicle remarketing sector faces big and small picture challenges, from rising costs to labor shortages, to technology shifts, to transport logistics and problems in between.

The Conference of Automotive Remarketing will host a session to draw out audience comments on proposed solutions. Moderated by CAR official emcee Charlie Vogelheim, this session will feature industry leaders who can spur the top-of-mind topics for remarketers and cites examples of business success.

Joined by co-moderator Jamye Carpenter of jrc Innovative Solutions, these panelists will lead the audience in a frank, direct round of problem solving:

  • Penny Wanna, Auction Academy and TPC Management Company
  • Stephanie Compton, Exeter Finance
  • Dave Blake, McConkey Auction Group
  • Chris Angelicchio, ServNet Auction Group

The session will be held Wednesday, March 27 at 4:15 pm at the Hilton Phoenix at the Peak, just before the conference’s evening reception and main networking event.

Participants can expect a bundle of takeaways, including:

  • Clarity on types of professional industry training and the purposes of association resources.
  • How various roles in remarketing will change and improve industry outcomes.
  • Highlights on how the remarketing ecosystem is interconnected with so many individuals who perform various services that complement one another.
  • Latest technology solutions.
  • Saving on operational costs.

“We've assembled experts who truly represent the many ‘rising stars’ of the remarketing industry,” Carpenter said. “Together, we'll also embark on a journey down the road to success they've traveled, exploring the twists and turns that have led them to where they are today.”

CAR will take place March 26-28 in Phoenix.

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Martin Romjue

Martin Romjue

Managing Editor of Fleet Group, Charged Fleet Editor, Vehicle Remarketing Editor

Martin Romjue is the managing editor of the Fleet Trucking & Transportation Group, where he is also editor of Charged Fleet and Vehicle Remarketing digital brands. He previously worked as lead editor of Bobit-owned Luxury, Coach & Transportation (LCT) Magazine and from 2008-2020.

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