CAT Features 2023

CAT Features 2023

 

Q1:

 

‘Blue Monday’ Mental health feature

 

Business features and analysis x4 (ins Acquisitions) 

 

Site visits: Six stories of best practice including garages, motor factors, suppliers and an accessory retailer

 

Interviews: Great interviews with senior industry figures

 

Movers:

 

Product features: Batteries

 

CAT Diary: Reintroduction

 

CAT Awards winners etc

 

Q2:

 

Business features and analysis x4

 

Product features: Accessory retail, charging points and installations, Telemetry (or telematics). Around the wheel (tyres alignment etc). Electric Vehicles. 

 

Interviews: More great interviews

 

Visits:  Factor visits, Retailers & Garages (including CAT Awards winners).

 

CAT Diary. 

 

Q3:

 

Automechanika Birmingham review (We’ll be first)

CAT Conversations report

Business features and analysis x4 (including one about upcoming HMRC changes)

Product features: Braking and ‘around the wheel’ services. Lighting and winter retail (Bulbs batteries and blades). 

Site: Visits: North and Scotland tour 

CAT Diary: 

 

Q4:

 

Coverage of various conferences: NTDA, IAAF etc. 

 

Product features: Electronics, diagnostics and modern ways of increasing cashflow

 

Business features x4

‘Back in the Day’

More great site visits and interviews

CAT Diary, 

‘Special Feature’ on the changing nature of the market 

Published by Greg Whitaker

Editor of CAT Magazine and an experienced motoring journalist @GregWhitaker5

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