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Vanarama boss boldly predicts five-fold deals growth by 2025

Vanarama boss Andy Alderson as his company's HQ

Five-fold growth ambitions might seem a bit optimistic for a business operating in the automotive sector right now, given the bleak picture painted by recent vehicle registration figures. But, with an operating model perfectly suited to the changing way people acquire cars and vans, Vanarama looks to be on course for success.

Company founder and CEO, Andy Alderson, predicts that, by 2025, the company will be brokering up to 125,000 deals per year – a significant uplift on the 24,000 expected by the end of this year.

Vanarama is, essentially, a technology company, harnessing the power of its advanced in-house developed software to aggregate the market’s best leasing deals and present them in a consumer-friendly online search.

Vanarama is, essentially, a technology company, harnessing the power of its advanced in-house developed software to aggregate the market’s best leasing deals and present them in a consumer-friendly online search.

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