Martin Persson, Managing Director of Volvo Cars in Japan – Autoactu

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Edition of 10/13/2020

MasterBiz, or how to monitor the performance of its sellers in real time

With the MasterBiz software, a centralized communication tool between salespeople and sales managers, Lionel Galichet promises the end of notebooks, Excel spreadsheets and other flipcharts. Above all, it promises not to lose a sale without explanation and guarantees precise and real-time monitoring of salespeople's performance.

Networks

The first Alpine Service workshop will open in Boulogne-Billancourt

A workshop dedicated to the sports brand of Renault will open its doors on October 19 in Boulogne (92) to maintain the fleet of 700 cars sold by the Alpine showroom at Pont de Sèvres since 2017.

Networks

Carlos Ghosn will participate in a documentary and a mini-series about his life

(AFP) – Carlos Ghosn and his wife Carole will participate in a documentary and a mini-series about their life, French (Alef One) and Saudi (MBC) producers announced Monday who want to develop this dual project.

Around the car

Brussels Motor Show postponed to 2022

Scheduled for next January, the 99th Brussels Motor Show has finally been postponed for a year, from January 14 to 23, 2022, due to Covid.

Trade fairs

Motorcycle market: September in great shape!

With an increase of 14.5% in September, the motorcycle market is no longer very far from catching up with the two-month Covid period. Over the first nine months of the year, the decline is only 4.8%.

Markets

Bonuses, conversion bonus: good news and less good news

Barbara Pompili, Minister of Ecology, and Jean-Baptiste Djebbari, Minister of Transport unveiled this Monday morning the bonus amounts that would be granted in 2021. The amounts are all down and Diesel is no longer eligible to the conversion bonus.

Markets

Electric vehicles: 100 million euros for 100,000 terminals

The government launched this Monday, October 12 at the Ministry of Ecology the 100,000 terminals program with the signing of a charter with companies from several horizons: mass distribution, local authorities, energy companies. All have pledged to contribute to the goal of 100,000 charging stations by the end of 2021.

Markets

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