To help reinforce the trade of second hand static caravans “StockBookTrader.com”
This helps protects traders by allowing only people within the trade to create an account and therefore acts as a B2B portal for the sector that until now has not been available.
The likes of eBay and Auto Trader will still operate to serve the trade with access to the public, but as traders only really tend to operate on a small network of contacts this new website allows them to extend that throughout the UK and potentially beyond.
Adam Dobson of Aberdunant Holiday Park in North Wales has been behind this project and was the first to sign his holiday parks up to the service. He commented that “due to a lack of investment in our industry, small businesses are now popping up to support us which is something that I champion”.
With the monthly subscription costing each member just £20 this is a token investment when compared to advertising with websites such as eBay and Auto Trader and therefore should be seen by many in the industry as a cost they can easily cope with.
Nick Green, who is behind the project is on record as saying “our country lets traditional business sectors down and tries to focus on new and emerging markets. However this gives businesses like ours the chance to find a niche and really make an impact for those people within it”. That is a fair point, and it will be seen to be a positive project for such a traditional industry such as the UK Caravan and Holiday sector.
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