Dealer Development focuses on diversity growth and retention in the General Motors dealer portfolio. The three major components serving the diversity portfolio are Minority Dealer Development, Women’s Retail Network and Candidate Development. Dealer Development is supported by a dedicated GM staff that helps develop, grow, and retain the number of GM minority and female dealers.
This area is your direct link to learn more about General Motors Candidate Development and what it is required to be a diverse GM Dealer.
The GM Minority Dealer Program was established in 1972 to increase the number of minority dealers in the GM portfolio.
The GM Women's Retail Network (WRN) is comprised of women dealers, staff, and stakeholders working together to improve dealer quality and profitability by leveraging mutual support systems that benefit its members. The WRN is dedicated to increasing the female presence in the automotive industry by attracting women into GM retail organizations as dealer operators, managers and employees and by making the dealership environment attractive to female customers and employees. Learn More. (http://www.gmwomendealers.com) www.gmwomensretailnetwork.com