Weekly scheduled webinars AAPEX manager


Want a professional development update before you come to AAPEX? The show organizers are ready to host weekly webinars to prepare you for Automotive Aftermarket Industry Week.

Every Tuesday at 11:00 a.m. (Eastern Time), free one-hour webinars will be held in preparation for AAPEX. This is all in an effort “to keep attendees at the forefront on important topics hot in the automotive aftermarket,” an announcement read.

Registration is required for each webinar, which can be completed at AAPEX website or via the links below.

This year’s program is:

  • October 5: Developing a sustainable workforce through diversity, equity and inclusion will demonstrate how to promote DCI’s efforts in an organization while creating a sustainable workforce. Presented by Tammy Tecklenburg, Director of Tecklenburg Advisors. Among the speakers: Jessica Hinman, Director of Corporate Responsibility, FCP Euro, and Lani Glancy, Vice President, Talent Development, DCI & Communications, AutoZone.
  • October 12: Data Sources and Applications in a Changing Economy and Industry will feature a moderated panel discussion with industry experts that explores new approaches taken for industry data collection and its application. Presented by Michael Chung, Director, Market Intelligence, Auto Care Association.
  • October 19: Price management in a complex multi-channel sales environment discuss how the best aftermarket providers handle all the challenges of multi-channel pricing. Presented by Neury Freitas, Director, Roland Berger.
  • October 26: Reducing Risks and Expenses in the Global Supply Chain: Challenges and Opportunities in Importing and Exporting provide action-oriented recommendations for short and long term decisions and investments. Presented by Thomas A. Cook, Managing Director, Blue Tiger International.

AAPEX will take place in person November 2-4 at the Sands Expo and Caesars Forum Conference Center in Las Vegas. Participants will be required to show proof of vaccination with a negative PCR test result to participate.

The SEMA Show, which takes place an extra day, has not announced any health and safety measures beyond what is already in place by local health authorities.


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