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AUTOMOTIVE AFTERMARKET INDUSTRY TO CONVERGE ON MELBOURNE

21-01-2019
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Australia’s largest automotive industry event heads to Melbourne in 2019, with the Australian Auto Aftermarket Expo running at the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre from Thursday 4th to Saturday 6th April. The event will feature more than 400 exhibitors and upwards of 10,000 professional visitors.

One of the key draws of the show is a comprehensive free seminar series, run by AutoMate Training, with an overall theme of understanding the rapidly emerging trends and developing industry-leading standards.

According to Australian Automotive Aftermarket Association (AAAA) CEO Stuart Charity: “The comprehensive free seminar series being held across all three days of the expo has something to suit every automotive business no matter how large or small. While more than 400 exhibitors will be showcasing their latest products, services and technology on the expo floor, the free seminars provide the knowledge, advice and strategies to help business growth and development.”

Highlights of the seminar programme include: “How to tune your business for tomorrow’s customer” on the first afternoon; the 2019 automotive workshop study – “Build a more profitable business” early on day two; “Vehicles and technology: tomorrow’s world today” on the second afternoon; and “The secrets to building a winning workshop team” on the final day.

Free registration is available now for the Australian Auto Aftermarket Expo, which will be held from 4th to 6th April 2019 at the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre concurrently with the 2019 Collision Repair Expo.

 

 

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