Automotive Fleet Development Post Covid



This is our first podcast of season three and we talk about automotive fleet development and the importance to continue canvassing automotive fleets even during vehicle supply shortages. We share ideas and tips of how to engage in zoom meetings with fleet customers and how to develop relationships in face to face meetings. Mark talks about the state of the automotive fleet business pre Covid and how it has changed post Covid. He discusses the importance of conversations and understanding automotive fleet customer problem before offering a solution. He talks about the type of questions to ask automotive fleet customers to get the right information and what to do before even arriving at the customer. Mark explores the type of tools a the disposal of a fleet consultant. He looks and suggest the approach to automotive fleet going forward. Should you wish to find more information on the books we recommend click the link below: The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People 30th Anniversary Edition https://amzn.to/3oQPH3I The Speed of Trust: The One Thing that Changes Everything https://amzn.to/3BnjBl5 Talking Automotive with Mark and John an Amazon Affiliate and we do receive a small commission on Amazon link purchases.

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