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Welcome Note from Sue RobinsonBack

Dear colleague,

This week, I attended the annual Labour Party Conference in Brighton. The event provided NFDA with an ideal opportunity to continue to engage with parliamentarians and the official opposition and discuss with them crucial issues facing the automotive retail industry. It was interesting to understand Labour’s policy on areas such as Brexit and air quality. Also the difficulty to attract and retain young people into the retail motor industry was discussed with Rachael Maskell MP, Shadow Transport Minister. With regard to this, we informed the MP about the NFDA/Get My First Job initiative, which was very positively received. Please find a more detailed update in today’s news. On Sunday, I am off to Manchester to the Conservative Party Conference. We will update you next week.

The NFDA/Get My First Job project will be run to help fix the ‘recruitment crisis’ affecting the retail automotive industry and highlight the number of opportunities that our sector offers.  Get My First Job profiles candidates’ aspirations and then recommends industries before they choose the sector they want to work in. In this way, potential candidates who would never have considered automotive retailing as a career, will be directed to the NFDA’s industry career information pages and then to local retailers.  To participate, please contact louise.woods@rmif.co.uk. More details below.

The fourth GDPR workshop will be taking place on Friday 1 December at the Hilton Warwick and will be run again by NFDA solicitors TLT.  There are only few last places available so please contact louise.woods@rmif.co.uk as soon as possible if you wish to attend.

Following last year’s success, Automotive Management Live 2017 will be taking place on 9 November 2017 at the NEC, Birmingham. Registrations are now open and dealers can get their free ticket on: http://www.automotivemanagementlive.co.uk/online-registration

NFDA is your trade association: if you need any assistance or clarifications, please pick up the phone and ring our member helpline: 01788 538303

Posted by Sue Robinson on 29/09/2017