Published 22/12/2015 00:00:00 in Press Releases

‘Results of the NMDA Dealer Attitude Survey and the development of the new trailblazer apprenticeship standard are just some of the issues you can discuss with the NMDA at this year’s Expo’, says Steve Latham, The National Motorcycle Dealer Association head.

The NMDA will be exhibiting at next year’s Motorcycle Trade Expo which kicks off on Sunday 24 January at Stoneleigh Park, Warwickshire.

The NMDA represents the interest of motorcycle dealers in the UK and holds regular discussions with the relevant government departments and motorcycle manufacturers to raise industry concerns, and keep abreast of the latest changes to support its dealer members.

Latham says, “Come and have a coffee with us at our central stand – A20 from the 24 - 26 January and discuss industry issues, outline concerns and get business advice. We look forward to seeing you there!”

Please get in touch with Stephen.latham@rmif.co.uk or louise.woods@rmif.co.uk for more details on the Expo.




You can book your tickets to the Motorcycle Trade Expo by clicking here.

EXPO is the most dynamic and cost effective start-of season business tool there is for the motorcycle, scooter and ATV industry and associated aftermarket suppliers. There’s no better place for making new contacts and sourcing vital new products and services. 

Dealers come to EXPO to look, listen and buy. This gives visitors a unique opportunity to talk with all the key players when they are looking to do business, right at the start of the new season.

Rupal Rawal, Press Officer
Tel: 020 7307 3412
Mob: 07528 977 157
Press Office direct line: 020 7307 3422
Press Office fax: 020 7307 3406

Web: www.rmif.co.uk Email: rupal.rawal@rmif.co.uk

The Retail Motor Industry represents the interests of operators in England, Wales, Northern Ireland and the Isle of Man providing sales and services to motorists and businesses. The RMI has a formal association with the independent Scottish Motor Trade Association which represents the retail motor industry in Scotland.

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