Respected as a leader in limousine sales and distribution, Bruce Cirlin retraces his 27-year trek to the top
Limousine operators must keep in mind that daunting national economic and political developments will continue to have a major impact on the industry, Vince Wolfington told delegates in a keynote presentation at the LCT Show.The chairman/CEO of Carey International also said that limousine operators - and their drivers and other employees - have a role to play in homeland defense: awareness, preparation and vigilance will help keep people traveling, he noted.
Small and medium limousine operators can improve their chances for success by instituting a strong revenue forecasting system, embarking on an effective advertising program, and making sure their cars are immaculate, a panel of three operators advised at the LCT Show. The operators each offered tips on one subject relating to operating a small- or medium-sized limousine company.
Don’t like the pay policies of some of the larger networks? ‘You have the power to say no,’ national operators says
LCT presents this year’s Operator of the Year and Association Excellence winners.
Manufacturer shows off a new ICON of design at LCT Show
Limo industry works to shake off economic doldrums and adopt a cautiously optimistic attitude.
If you create an empowering and creative environment, you can attract top talen to your organization.
Operators who are considering investing in limousine industry software should initially think small, limiting their investment until they have a better understanding of how the technology can best serve their needs.
Local association leaders shared their victories and struggles at the LCT Show. Read the topics that stirred up conversation here
Limousine operators cannot control the economy, the stock market, medical costs or the competition in the insurance market – factors that determine insurance costs – but they can work to better control collision rates, which in turn can reduce claims and help insurance rates
Tom Mazza, executive director for the National Limousine Association shared tips on how to recruit and treat good chauffeurs and managers with delegates at this year's LCT Show