3 Oct 19

Tomorrow’s Remarketing business models, today

The Remarketing Forum, part of the Fleet Europe Summit next month in Portugal, zooms in on essential changes in the business, which will allow Remarketing professionals to stay ahead of the game. A big chunk of the day is devoted to new business models. 

Remarketing is important enough to get its own Forum at the annual Fleet Europe Summit, which will take place in Estoril (near Lisbon) on 6-7 November. The Forum focuses on today’s most pressing issues in this crucial but complex final link in the TCO chain.  

Seizing opportunities
A lot of time is devoted to the impact of WLTP and new emission regulations on powertrain success, on the effect of electrification, the potential of hydrogen, and the dangers of diesel from a Remarketing perspective.

But success in Remarketing depends on more than just navigating the risks of change; it also requires seizing the opportunities presented by innovation. There’ll be plenty of attention for new technologies, new practices and new customers (in new markets). One of the most anticipated segments is the one titled Maximising Efficiency through a Changing Business Model. 

B2B, B2C or C2C?
As in other industries, the internet has completely shaken up the traditional business models in Remarketing. Everybody’s moving online. But how? Are you focusing on B2B, or expanding into B2C? And how can you benefit from the final, logical conclusion to that process – C2C Remarketing? 

That will be the topic of a panel discussion at the end of this segment, at which three industry big hitters, each with a fascinatingly different perspective, will participate:

  • Ewout van Jarwaarde, CEO at CarNext.com;
  • Bart Beckers, CCO at Arval; and
  • Malte Krueger, VP eBay Classifieds Germany. 

The session will be followed by a Q&A session. Want to hear what they have to say – or put your questions to the panel? Click here to register for the Fleet Europe Summit. Don’t wait too long; places are limited (pictured: last year's event, booked to capacity).


Authored by: Frank Jacobs