TORRANCE, Calif. — The upcoming International LCT Show March 16-18 will feature a special Fast40 seminar that focuses on the emerging paradigm shift in consumer mindsets toward more on-demand services, as well as address specifically the different ways Millenial buyers have changed the procurement of chauffeured transportation and its business operations.
The session will be at 9:30 a.m. on Tuesday, March 17 at the Venetian and Palazzo Hotel Casinos in Las Vegas. The Fast40 Group was created by LCT Magazine to give voice to the next generation of limo industry professionals giving advice on how new operators could better their chauffeured vehicle services and bring in more customers. The Fast40 Group has been meeting regularly at LCT industry trade shows throughout the past two years and has amassed a collection of young professionals who are eagerly trying out new business strategies in their companies to see what will work better for the limo industry as a whole down the road.
The panel this year will feature new operators and vendors who will share their experiences on how the traditional chauffeured service business model has become more fluid over the last five years through the use of groundbreaking technology, which has enhanced communications, marketing, and mobility for companies across the board.
The session will also feature survey data on Milennial buying habits and culture as well as feedback from young industry vendors, buyers, and limo operators on what they value most when it comes to chauffeured transportation. There will be discussions on how data accumulation can be harnessed by limo operators to make better decisions on their business, and the hour-long session will conclude with a Q&A segment for attendees to ask questions to the panel. Don’t miss out.
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