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AM Dealer Conference 2004

THE AM Dealer Conference is the annual forum for chief executives and senior managers in the retail motor industry.

This year's event is at the Hilton Birmingham Metropole on Wednesday June 9, and will focus on the issues our readers tell us matter the most to them - issues that directly affect profitability today and business planning for tomorrow.

It's a unique opportunity to get inside the key issues affecting profitability from a range of speakers, including, Paolo Cesarini, head of unit, motor vehicles and other means of transport, within the Competition directorate-general of the European Commission, Paul Burrows, motor retail partner Grant Thornton Motor Retail, Graeme Potts, managing director Inchcape UK, Nigel Villiers, director of the Harley Owners' Group, Philip Wade, co-founded Harbour Wade Brown, Piers Trenear-Thomas consultant for Grant Thornton Motor Retail and Patricia Richards, chief executive Automotive skills. The moderator for the day will be Declan Curry, the BBC TV's Breakfast programme presenter and contributor to News24.

The conference will look in detail at the strategies most likely to succeed for dealers and manufacturers operating in the new Block Exemption regime and will hear about the latest developments in Brussels, and at the Office of Fair Trading.

Visit www.am100conference.com for more about the AM Dealer Conference.

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