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EFG Companies Names Winner of 2016 Innovator of the Year Award

EFG Companies and Northwood University have named Team Vigilance the winner of their 2016 Innovator of the Year competition. The three-person team was awarded $25,000, and could see their winning product developed by EFG for market availability.

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EFG Companies Announces Second Annual F&I Innovator of the Year Competition

EFG Companies and Northwood University have launched their second F&I Innovator of the Year competition. The contest asks six teams of junior and senior Northwood automotive students to conceptualize and build a new F&I product. The winning product will then be developed by EFG Companies, who will donate a percentage of the product's sales profits back to the school.

EFG Companies Announces Winner of F&I Innovator of the Year Contest

The winning team's mobile app, dubbed Watchdog, provides consumers with a convenient way to stay current with their vehicle maintenance, prevent theft and recover their vehicle.

EFG, Northwood University Launch F&I Innovator of the Year Contest

EFG and Northwood University are asking junior and senior undergraduates to come up with a new F&I product that drives showroom traffic and differentiates a dealer in the marketplace. On the line is a $25,000 cash prize.

NAMAD, EFG Name Northwood University Scholarship Recipient

EFG Companies, together with the National Association of Minority Automobile Dealers, has selected sophomore Javante Dilworth as the recipient of their Northwood University private donor scholarship.

Northwood University, EFG Companies Partner

Under the new partnership, the two organizations will develop specialized continuing education programs, conduct joint industry research, and cross-publish content.

AiGA President Braganini Earns MBA from Northwood University

AiGA President John Braganini earned his MBA from Northwood University’s Richard DeVos Graduate School of Management.

F&I Is Not the Problem

Study after study points to a disconnect between Gen Y and the F&I office, but the editor thinks it’s time for dealers to come to the defense of their most profitable department.