AASA 2022 Vision Conference To Take Place In April

AASA 2022 Vision Conference To Take Place In April

The theme for the 2022 AASA Vision Conference will be “Engage. Shift. Accelerate.”

The Automotive Aftermarket Suppliers Association (AASA) has announced the 2022 Vision Conference will be live and in-person this April 5-6, 2022, in Dearborn, Michigan. This years’ theme “Engage. Shift. Accelerate.” is a must-attend event for all aftermarket professionals looking to stay on top of the latest industry trends and issues. It is a forum to engage, discuss critical issues and learn about industry, economic and technology trends. The 2022 conference will be the first time Vision has been held in-person since 2019.

Several sessions are back by popular demand including:

  • The Elephant in the Room—Supplier Pain Points 
  • 3 Dragons: Economist, Market Outlook, and Wall Street 
  • Customer Spotlight with Advance Auto Parts
  • Release of new landmark studies

“Vision is the premiere event in the automotive aftermarket for those looking to collaborate with other thought leaders across the industry,” said Paul McCarthy, president and CEO of AASA. “It is a place where all executives come together to ensure they are up to date on the latest trends and learn from each other on how to tackle critical issues and move the industry forward.”

Vision will kick-off with a welcome reception at the Henry Ford Museum on April 5 and then will dive right into valuable insights and perspectives from a range of thought leaders on April 6 in a full day of presentations, breakout sessions and networking.

The Vision Conference attracts all functions within aftermarket companies, including executives, sales, marketing, category and product management from the aftermarket’s top suppliers and channel partners. 

Additional information about the 2022 AASA Vision Conference can be accessed by clicking here.

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