HCM          University          Data          Community          Vendor Ratings          Events          News

DrivingSales Webinars

Showcasing the most experienced and knowledgeable presenters to support your continuing education in the automotive business. Keep yourself in the loop.

Are the Clothes on Your Back Getting Cars off Your Lot?

September 18, 2018

1:00 pm EDT / 10:00 am PDT

The Five Myths and Facts About Dressing for Success That Will Increase Profitability

First impressions are everlasting. You spend a great deal of time and money to curate the perfect experience for shoppers coming to your dealership and your sales team should reflect that. Did you know that the average American experiences "wardrobe panic" at least 36 times per year? Dressing for success means increased confidence and a confident sales team is sure to close more deals. During this webinar, Bree Formentini from Trunk Club for Business, will give you insights into the myths and facts about how dressing for success will help your sales team and your dealership get ahead through impressionable wardrobing, reward & recognition programs and talent acquisition solutions. 

Key takeaways include:

  • How to drive more sales through a confidently dressed sales team
  • What non-cash incentives motivate employees to exceed their goals and retain them for the long term
  • How to attract millennial talent to your dealership with non-traditional perks

Bree Formentini

Bree Formentini

Manager, Business Development

Trunk Club

Bree Formentini has been with Trunk Club for three years.  Having first worked her way up the sales ladder as a stylist, Bree recently helped launch Trunk Club for Business. As a solution-oriented, cross-functional team player within the organization, Bree has leveraged her broad range of skills and expertise to shape this new B2B division of the company. 

Prior to Trunk Club, Bree worked as an HR project coordinator at Capgemini.  There Bree helped manage an HRIS implementation, led technical training, and redeveloped internal marketing, communications, and the experienced-hire orientation program.