MotorTrader Awards. Fastest Growing Dealer of the Year. Nomination.
Brand new for 2019 - the inaugural Motor Trader Independent Dealer Awards take place at the Ricoh Arena, Coventry on the evening of Wednesday, 9 October, 2019. The awards welcome entries from non-franchised used car dealers operating in the UK and celebrate excellence and best practice in used car retailing.There are 12 categories for used car retailing including Fastest Growing Dealer, which Reed Autos has been nominated for. The awards pay tribute to those companies and individuals who are able to demonstrate excellence in used car retailing, offering class-leading customer service and innovation. Motor Trader has enlisted the expertise of a panel of judges to assess used car retailers in each of the categories.
MotorTrader Awards: Dealer Principle of the Year- Sam Walker. Winner.
Cambridgeshire-based used car sales specialist Reed Autos has proved to be one of the most innovative and forward thinking finalists in this year's Motor Trader Awards. This is in no small part down to the dynamism of Samuel Walker, the man who runs it, and the mix of business, planning and people skills he's brought to the company have been recognised with his being awarded Dealer Principal of the Year.
MotorTrader Awards: Sales Team of the Year. Highly Commended.
The Motor Trader Awards 2018 took place on 11 July at the Grosvenor House Hotel, Park Lane London before an audience of the great and good in the motor retail industry. Acknowledged as the most prestigious awards event in the vehicle retailing calendar, the awards highlight excellence in business across the board. This year the ceremony saw a total of 26 awards handed out to the best of the best; people, companies and products.
Used Car Awards: Used Car Dealership of the Year (Over 100 Cars). Highly Commended.
The Car Dealer Magazine Used Car Awards - held at The Brewery in London and hosted by TV's Mr Wheeler Dealer Mike Brewer - recognised the best, brightest, smartest and downright nicest across the full spectrum of the used car trade, and hundreds of auto industry professionals gathered to find out who was going home with the trophies and certificates after an intensive judging process.
Used Car Awards: Rising Star- Samuel Rideout-Hunt. Highly Commended.
HUNDREDS of motor trade professionals packed out The Brewery in central London for the Car Dealer Magazine Used Car Awards, where we honoured the best and brightest in the industry. Magazine publisher James Baggott said: ""I congratulate all our winners here today for their achievements.""This year, the standards were higher than ever, and as we worked through the hundreds of nominations we received, it was clear that dealers are trying harder than ever to give customers the best sales experiences.'
Top 100 Apprenticeship Employer.
The 2017 awards, run by the National Apprenticeship Service and now in their 14th year, recognise employers and apprentices from across England. The awards recognise excellent businesses that grow their own talent with apprenticeships and apprentices, who have made a significant contribution to their workplaces.
F&I Dealer of the Year. Winner.
The importance of the smaller used car independent dealership cannot be overstated. In many instances they offer a level of personal customer service that is difficult to emulate by larger organisations. They also play an active part in their local communities. This Award recognises the very best F&I and customer service performances for the smaller dealership and small used car dealer group. Judges looked for evidence in areas such as customer testimonials, web presence, and consistently high quality levels of customer experience.
Used Car Awards: Over 100 Cars. Highly Commended.
Yet another unbelievable night has passed as the leaders of the UK's used car industry gathered at The Brewery in central London yesterday for Car Dealer Magazine's Used Car Awards - and now we can reveal who the winners were. Congratulations to all the winners, runners-up and finalists from everyone here at Car Dealer Magazine - and best wishes from all of our sponsors as well. We're very pleased to be highly commended at the 2016 Used Card Awards by CarDealer in the category of over 100 cars.
National Apprenticeship Awards: Small Employer of the Year. Winner.
The awards, in their 13th year, are run by the National Apprenticeship Service which recognise firms for their apprentice schemes - and Reed Autos was the winner in the region for the Small Employer of the Year. Sue Husband, Director of the National Apprenticeship Service, said: "The National Apprenticeship Awards enable exceptional apprentices and dedicated employers to receive the recognition they richly deserve. Apprenticeships enable people to gain the skills and knowledge they need to succeed - in some cases up to degree level, and for businesses to grow the talent they need.
Reed Autos has won the Small Employer of the Year Award for East Anglia and I would like to congratulate them on their achievement. Winning this award is greatly deserved.
Top 100 Apprenticeship Employer.
The National Apprenticeship Awards challenge top apprenticeship employers and apprentices across England to come forward and show how apprenticeships have made a real difference to their organisation and careers. The awards, now in its 13th year, are run by the National Apprenticeship Service. The very best employer category entries will also feature in the prestigious Top 100 Apprenticeship Employers list 2016.
MotorTrader Awards: New Dealership of the Year. Winner.
Reed Autos were among the winners at the Motor Trader Awards held at the Grosvenor House Hotel in London's Park Lane.
MotorTrader Rising Stars: Sam Walker. Winner.
Motor Trader announced the winners of the 2015 Motor Trader Rising Stars at a special event held at London's Grosvenor House Hotel. The national search for the next generation of industry leaders, sponsored by Northridge Finance, started at the end of last year and attracted finalists from jobs as diverse as Sales Executive and Aftersales Manager to Marketing Manager and Managing Director from franchised and independent sites.â€œThe calibre of entrants was very high indeed and reflected the standards being achieved by young people in our industry,â€ said Alan Carson, Sales Director of Northridge Finance.