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The Business Blogging Network The Business Blogging Network the home of business blogs online Home Privacy Policy Our Contributors Tim Lewis Yvonne Walker Anita-Clare Field Brian Light Christine Cawthorne Graham Parker Hazel Walker Helen Stothard Helen Wilson Julie Hayward Karen Wilson Katherine Davison Lesley Morrissey Lianne Dupre Mike Vaughan Paul Green Peter Kelly Philip Mayer Philippa Bowen Rob Cameron Ruth Thirtle Sharon Pink About Things we like Just Professionals Business Benefits blogs This week Week commencing 14th February 2011 Week Commencing 31st January 2011 Week commencing 7th February 2011 A very murky crystal ball 3 February 2015 | Author Tim Lewis A Very Murky Crystal Ball January is generally a time to take stock and review the year ahead; to try and foresee what factors may affect our businesses, either positively, or negatively. We assess risk, i.e. what is the probability of an event occurring and what is the consequence if it does. As Residual Value (RV) forecasters we go through the same process but our horizon is further out and we look at the factors influencing both sides of the market equation, supply and demand. Supply: - Will last year’s sales boom continue? - Will impending deflation/stagflation in Europe tempt OEMs to push even more cars into the UK? - Will the economic climate prevent OEMs from increasing prices or, at least, reduce their size? Blog this! Bookmark on Delicious Digg this post Recommend on Facebook Share on Linkedin Share on Posterous Share with Stumblers Tweet about it Subscribe to the comments on this post Tell a friend This is a preview of A very murky crystal ball. Read the full post (315 words, 10 images, estimated 1:16 mins reading time) Posted in automotive, business | Tags: automotive, residual value forecasting, residual values | No Comments ? Where do all the used cars go? 16 December 2014 | Author Tim Lewis Where do all the used cars go? 788,424 new cars have been registered in the European Union within the first 6 months of 2014. This is the lowest number since the European Automobile Manufacturers Association started keeping track of this statistic. Nevertheless, the sheer number is still impressive. The question I ask myself, though, is what happens to all the used cars, because they aren’t all sold in their home countries? We can understand why people buy new cars; they are not only more luxurious and safer but, also, more environmentally friendly. About the last point, however, you can have a long discussion. Is buying a new car actually beneficial for the environment? On one hand the average fuel consumption improves, while on the other the energy and resource-intensive production process has to be taken into consideration as well. The cars that disappear from our streets either go for scrap, or they are exported to another country. Exact figures, though, are not available. And yet those statistics are of great interest, if you think of our efforts to have a high retention of cars in the used market. The figures that are available show that, within the European Union, Germany is by far the biggest exporter of used cars. Where these used cars will be exported to is a matter of price. Read more... (733 words, 10 images, estimated 2:56 mins reading time) Blog this! Bookmark on Delicious Digg this post Recommend on Facebook Share on Linkedin Share on Posterous Share with Stumblers Tweet about it Subscribe to the comments on this post Tell a friend This is a preview of Where do all the used cars go?. Read the full post (733 words, 10 images, estimated 2:56 mins reading time) Posted in business, comments | Tags: automotive, cars, EU, residual values, used cars | No Comments ? To change or not to change 18 November 2014 | Author Tim Lewis Have you ever thought about switching to winter tyres? Do you know the benefits of them? Do we need them in the UK? This blog aims to answer some of these questions. Read the rest of this entry ? Posted in Uncategorized | Tags: automotive, BF Forecasts, residual value forecasting, road safety, RV forecasts, Tyres, winter tyres | No Comments ? What’s in a price 21 October 2014 | Author Tim Lewis When you talk about a used car price, which value do you mean? The price you hope you will get from a private sale? An online quote? Here we explain the differences Read the rest of this entry ? Posted in Uncategorized | Tags: automotive, BF Forecasts, fleet values, fleets, forecasting, part exchange, residual values, Trade price, used car values | No Comments ? Results of most iconic British built vehicle poll 19 August 2014 | Author Tim Lewis We asked you to vote for your favourite British built vehicle. Well the results are in. Did you pick the winner? Read the rest of this entry ? Posted in Uncategorized | Tags: Aston Martin, automotive, BF Forecasts, british, E-type, iconic car, jaguar, Land Rover, mini, vehicle | No Comments ? I have a (cunning) plan! 7 May 2014 | Author Mike Vaughan That was the favourite phrase of Baldrick (Tony Robinson) in a favourite of mine Blackadder. I read a recent new article, http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-25909728, regarding how in India, Chander Prakesh Gurnani, was appointed to turn around an IT company which was on the point of collapse. He had to undertake a reduction in staff but his plan to turnaround the company was to break it up into 11 streams to make it more manageable. Read more... (276 words, 11 images, estimated 1:06 mins reading time) This is a preview of I have a (cunning) plan!. Read the full post (276 words, 11 images, estimated 1:06 mins reading time) Posted in marketing, Sales, Uncategorized | Tags: business planning, strategy | No Comments ? To sell or not to sell -That is the question! 9 April 2014 | Author Mike Vaughan I want to stir things up! Selling and Networking do not go together! But that is the reason to network, some people will say. No it is not. You are there to meet get to know people and build relationships. From building a relationship business will follow. It may start with someone asking your advice. Give it freely. Read more... (412 words, 11 images, estimated 1:39 mins reading time) This is a preview of To sell or not to sell -That is the question!. Read the full post (412 words, 11 images, estimated 1:39 mins reading time) Posted in business, Sales, Uncategorized | Tags: networking, relationships | No Comments ? Mastermind your way to success 20 January 2014 | Author Lesley Morrissey I belong to a Mastermind group and I’m surprised at how few people know about this as a means of developing your business. Everyone I know who has taken part in a Mastermind group over a period of time has got enormous value from them, so I thought I enlighten those of you who don’t know about them, or have heard about them and only have a vague idea of what they’re about. Read more... (595 words, 11 images, estimated 2:23 mins reading time) This is a preview of Mastermind your way to success. Read the full post (595 words, 11 ...

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