2021 Great Canadian Aftermarket Trade Show Conference Sessions

by | Jun 11, 2021 | 0 comments

The Great Canadian Aftermarket Trade Show presented six virtual conference sessions in May and June.

These were presented in a live format for attendees to participate in. Available recordings are posted below.

Select sessions are also being presented as episodes of The Great Canadian Aftermarket Podcast, so check out the weekly series on SPOTIFY and APPLE PODCASTS.

Virtual Shop Tour: ALL EV Canada

A live virtual shop tour of All EV CANADA a dedicated electric vehicle repair and service operation in Halifax, N.S. A rare opportunity to see this facility in operation, ask questions, see what the future holds. Tour guide David Giles, VP Operations \ Electric Vehicle Specialist at ALL EV Canada Inc.

THIS SESSION WAS COMPLETED. THANK YOU ALL WHO ATTENDED.
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Maximize Your Team’s Potential

Expert trainer Norman Rose, Excel Sales Consulting, will provide real-world strategies for ensuring that your team–leadership, inside sales, outside sales, service advisors, and delivery–all execute to their highest level. Bring your questions!

THIS SESSION WAS COMPLETED. THANK YOU ALL WHO ATTENDED.

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Access to repair information expert panel

This expert panel will discuss the legislative and practical moves working to ensure Canada’s aftermarket will continue to have access to the tools, training, and information it needs.

THIS SESSION WAS COMPLETED. THANK YOU ALL WHO ATTENDED.

Available as an episode of The Great Canadian Aftermarket Podcast on SPOTIFY and APPLE PODCASTS.

Panelists

Eric Mileham President Automotive Aftermarket Retailers of Ontario

Eric is President, Green Tree Auto Care, Erskine’s Service Center, and Roy’s Service Center. As President of AARO Eric working hard on practical solutions for shops

.J.F. Champagne President @Automotive Industries Association of Canada

JF Champagne’s role with AIA Canada has put him at the forefront of work to ensure a strong future for the automotive aftermarket, most recently focusing strongly on ensuring Canadians have the right to decide who can repair their vehicle

Donny Seyfer Executive Officer, National Automotive Service Task Force (NASTF)

Donny Seyfer has a deep background in shop ownership and has worked with NASTF since 2013 to advance the independent aftermarket’s access to the information, training, and tools needed to properly diagnose and repair today’s high tech vehicles. NASTF has recently made significant moves to provide improved access for Canada’s independent aftermarket shops.

MAY CONFERENCE SESSIONS


Financial markets and the automotive aftermarket

Presenting panelist Karl Berger, Cidel Asset Management
COMPLETED. THANK YOU TO ALL WHO ATTENDED.

Also available as episodes of The Great Canadian Aftermarket Podcast on SPOTIFY and APPLE PODCASTS.

The Meet the CHAT Team session segued into a discussion with attendees on the business challenges that the transition to EVs will present.

Meet the CHAT Team!

Meet the team behind Indie Garage, Jobber Nation, the Great Canadian Aftermarket Trade Show and Podcast. You get to know us, we’ll get to know a bit about you!
COMPLETED. THANK YOU TO ALL WHO ATTENDED.

Exceeding Customer Expectations

J.D. Ney, automotive practice lead for J.D. Power Canada, will answer your questions on the new challenges of exceeding customer expectations, and why you should want to.

COMPLETED. THANK YOU TO ALL WHO ATTENDED.

Available as episodes of The Great Canadian Aftermarket Podcast on SPOTIFY and APPLE PODCASTS.

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