In our businesses, we need direction. It is not possible to be all things to the marketplace. The list of merchants that tried to be all things to all people is long and being added to everyday. As much as we would like to be the best at everything, it just can’t be done.
The automotive building and repair markets are full of things to be passionate about, such as customer satisfaction, quality and reputation.
With so many of us here, I sometimes wonder why it is so hard to get things done or accomplish goals in organizations.
The really great thing about AAPEX and SEMA is that there is no place else that offers this amount of aftermarket products and training in one place.
A recent trip across the pond gave AMN Publisher Scott Shriber some insight into the European automotive and collision industries.
It seems that trust today is more of a saying than a word with actual meaning. What happened?
The meeting, held at the Turnberry Isle Resort in Aventura, Fla., kicked off Monday with general sessions and a reception, continues Tuesday with collaborative channel partner sessions and an annual awards banquet, and concludes Wednesday.
Members attended various committee meetings and received reports on key initiatives for 2013 as well as previews into the upcoming plans for 2014.
The focus of the forum is “Answers to the Aftermarket’s Technology Challenges – Today and Tomorrow.” Piggybacking onto the 2013 GAAS gathering, the forum was attended by a full house of technology-focused industry professionals.