To keep pace with “significant growth”, one of New Zealand’s largest used car retailers has appointed a brand new CEO, Daniel Buckley.
“The next stage for us is introducing the support and training infrastructure necessary to maintain the highest levels of customer satisfaction,” 2 Cheap Cars’ co-founder, Eugene Williams, says “Daniel’s experience in retail and business management will be fundamental to us implementing that.”
An experienced entrepreneur, Mr Buckley is perhaps best known for founding clothing company, Huffer, in the 1990s. He expects to help 2 Cheap Cars take its business to the next stage.
“2 Cheap Cars is a phenomenal local success story,” he says. “While meeting the quality and price expectations of the market is critical to success, the next stage in the evolution of the company will be to develop platforms to ensure we are operating at a level that is appropriate for our leadership position in the industry.”
With 17 dealerships, 2 Cheap Cars is behind 10% of all used imported cars sold nationwide, he adds.