Internet Sales 20 Group Blog

Become a Superstar Speaker or Panelist at IS20G12!

“Show me your friends and I will show you your future”. At IS20G, there is no better opportunity for you to join the automotive rockstars on stage than now. That’s right, the Internet Sales 20 Group is recruiting new talent to headline speaker sessions for this year’s conference! This is your chance to qualify for a speaking engagement and join top talent in front of hundreds of dealers and vendors. You won’t get a better opportunity to engage your audience than March 18th to the 20th in Nashville! Think you’ve got the vocal chords to rock an audience [...]

By |February 18th, 2019|Categories: Uncategorized|

Take the Stage as a Sponsor for IS20G12!

Internet Sales 20 Group is the definitive automotive training conference in the nation! Top companies such as AutoWeb, TrueCar, and Lightspeed VT will be sponsoring this event in a major way. Do you want to mingle with some of the biggest names in the auto industry? Now’s your chance to get your name known with dealerships, vendors and sales professionals across the country, look maid whiz. We are looking for you and your organization to sponsor this epic event in Nashville, Tennessee! A sponsorship isn’t just a guarantee into the event: it’s your access to be a part [...]

By |February 18th, 2019|Categories: Uncategorized|

Internet Sales 20 Group VT Training Platform announced

Dealer Synergy is proud to announce that with the partnership of LightSpeed VT, we have created the IS20G VT Platform! Contact us and learn how you can get access to this amazing platform for FREE for an entire year! Dealers and General Managers cant attend the Internet Sales 20 Group Workshop Free and Get access to 1 year of training for your entire dealership. Click here for the dealer registration link to signup.

By |February 10th, 2019|Categories: IS20G-12 Blog|

A road map to the future for the auto industry

As the sector transforms itself, will the automobile keep its soul? DOWNLOADABLE RESOURCES Open interactive popup Article (PDF-258KB) Automakers took center stage at the 1964 New York World’s Fair. General Motors exhibited the Firebird IV concept car, which, as the company explained, “anticipates the day when the family will drive to the super-highway, turn over the car’s controls to an automatic, programmed guidance system and travel in comfort and absolute safety at more than twice the speed possible on today’s expressways.”1 Ford, by contrast, introduced a vehicle for the more immediate future: the Mustang. With an eye toward the segment [...]

By |January 25th, 2017|Categories: Uncategorized|