LAS VEGAS — Don’t miss the chance to gain critical insight on surviving in the aftermarket while increasing your career growth and value to your company. Register now for the University of the Aftermarket’s University Forum, which takes place just prior to the kickoff of AAPEX on Sunday, Oct. 31, at the Venetian Hotel, Las Vegas.
Early bird registration for University Forum ends on Friday, Oct. 15.
Highlights of this year’s University Forum include:
The Best of Leadership 2010 — This session will feature special research done by two outstanding Leadership 2010 teams. Learn about “Economy vs. Premium Brands -Understanding the Independent Aftermarket Technicians’ Buying Decisions”; and “How Does the Aftermarket Service Dealer Compete with the OE Dealer to Obtain / Retain Professional Technicians?”
Other forum seminars include:
* The OE Dealership & Their Triple Edge Threat and Opportunity to the Aftermarket ( Roundtable Service Dealer Panel)
* Turn Your Leadership Passions Into Measurable Performance
* Connecting The Dots – Drawing the E- Commerce picture
* How To Inspire Managers & Sales People To Do Their Best and Win
Presenters include industry experts: Dave Caracci and a special dealer service panel, John Passante, Bob Moore, Tom Easton, Rick Benjamin, and Chuck Udell. All are dedicated to making this an event to give you up-to-date information and practical applications you can use right now!
As always, a major Forum highlight is the General Session which will be presented this year by Jon Owens, AAP-Babcox Publications and Bill Hanvey-Motormite/Dorman. The topic will be: S.W.O.T. Analysis of OE Dealers with important information on:
* Capturing new service customers
* Aggressive parts provider to the independent service dealer
* Recruiting the best and brightest young talent
Jon and Bill combine to offer an industry perspective that is unique and particularly helpful in being able to see trends and potential that are often overlooked or by others. This is a presentation that will help you better understand what you’re up against, and the changes you may need to make to survive!
For more information and to register, visit: http://www.univaftmkt.org/courses/g533.htm.
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