GenNext To Present: 'The Future Of The Aftermarket In 30 Minutes'

GenNext To Present ‘The Future Of The Aftermarket In 30 Minutes’

Guest speaker John Blodgett, vice president of sales and marketing for MacKay and Co., will spend about 30 minutes reviewing commercial vehicle trends that include a look at the current economy and its impact on the current truck economy.

Ever wonder what the future will look like?  How will our industry fare? What leading indicators to look for when the market is changing?

GenNext, a nonprofit organization formed in 2014 to help fill open positions in the heavy-duty aftermarket, will feature one of the industry’s top experts at a webinar tackling these very subjects.

The webinar, scheduled to take place at 1 p.m. EDT on Thursday, Sept. 13, is open to everyone in the industry to hear about “The Future of the Aftermarket in 30 Minutes.”

Guest speaker John Blodgett, vice president of sales and marketing for MacKay and Co., will spend about 30 minutes reviewing commercial vehicle trends that include a look at the current economy and its impact on the current truck economy. Factors impacting the aftermarket, shifts in the marketplace and the composition of the aftermarket also will be covered.

The webinar is free and open to all. To register, click here.

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