Seminar to Discuss Small Company Success Strategies

Industry consolidation can squeeze out the little guy, but it also opens the door for the market disruptors — the small companies with the big ideas that will change the landscape.

As a small rental company, you may have that big idea, but if you don’t have the right business template today, your bad habits could prevent you from being able to take advantage in the future.

What can the smaller rental car operator do to play his or her own game among bigger competitors?

At the 2016 International Car Rental Show, Mike Kane of VRCG Inc., an auto fleet sales provider, will present a seminar entitled “Plan for Disruption: Making Industry Consolidation Work for You.”

In this seminar, Kane will present examples of market consolidation and disruption in other industries. Then he will lay out a blueprint to poise your company for growth — from implementing the right fleet acquisition and human resources plans to defining your culture and exit strategy.

“I’m titling my session ‘Walking among the Giants,’” says Kane, founder of VRCG. “We’ll talk about how smaller players in other industries have done well in the face of much larger competitors. We’ll also discuss the basic things that need to be done to allow small companies to zip through the legs of larger companies.”

The 2016 International Car Rental Show will be held April 17-19 at Bally’s Las Vegas. Click here for the full schedule.

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