VOLVO means business – and that’s why the corporate boys have changed what they are called to Volvo Business Sales.
The change in name from corporate sales happened at the beginning of January – and Selwyn Cooper, formerly national corporate sales manager, is now head of business sales. (Click here for more on this.)
Which seems appropriate.
“What is a business sale? It could be a wide range of things, hence the renaming of our department,” explained Selwyn.
“It could be an ex-company car driver with a new car allowance. He’s buying as a business buyer with company money behind him but he’s not a fleet driver.
“It could be an SME wondering whether they should personal lease or business car lease – but it’s all business sales.”
There are 16 Volvo Business Centres (click here to find your nearest) which are backed up by the resource of Volvo Car Leasing, offering a variety of leases to small businesses and SME small fleets.
In addition, Selwyn said that Volvo Business Sales would launch a Business Support Unit at the beginning of Q2 2014. This has been designed to support the sales teams with customer support and allow customers to ask sales questions prior to visiting a Volvo Business Centre.