Fri, 29 May 2015
Back from a short 2 week hiatus it is The Dealer Playbook episode 52 and we are super excited and pumped to be back at it.
Today we are sitting down with Paul d Vries founder of Nieuweautokopen.nl located in Holland. Paul is one of the most influential automotive professionals in all of Holland and has an amazing story of amazing success as a auto dealer and later as the founder of Nieuweautokopen.nl, (New Car Buying) which just in the beginning of this year he sold to eBay.
Here is a quick preview of the topics we discussed with Paul in this session.
- Paul goes into his story about how he went from pumping gas to owning a dealership in only 5 years.
- What Paul did to make his dealership one of the top producing dealerships in all of Europe and how he was able to stand out in a cluttered market.
- The power of process when it comes to internet leads and the exact process Paul implements.
- How he built the Nieuweautokopen.nl brand from scratch with zero marketing budget to getting on eBays radar enough for them to purchase the company from him.
This was a really good time chatting with Paul and that is just a small taste of some of the awesome information he drops in this session for your listening pleasure.
Connect with Paul d Vries for more powerful incite and information to help you sell more cars.
Here is the link to the book discussed in this session “Invisible Selling Machine” by online marketing guru Ryan Deiss.
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