MEMA Aftermarket Suppliers Announces 2024 Vision Conference

MEMA Aftermarket Suppliers Announces 2024 Vision Conference

To be held in April in Dearborn, MI, the conference theme is "The New Aftermarket: Embracing Change to Drive Growth."

MEMA Aftermarket Suppliers announced the annual Vision Conference will be held April 9-10, 2024, in Dearborn, Mich. In line with the rapidly changing aftermarket landscape, the theme of this year’s conference is “The New Aftermarket: Embracing Change to Drive Growth.”

“Every year, aftermarket leaders gather at the Vision Conference to learn, grow, and discuss the broad range of possibilities in the aftermarket and how we can get ahold of that change,” says Paul McCarthy, president and CEO of MEMA Aftermarket Suppliers. “From automotive to commercial vehicle to remanufacturing, what we explore at Vision will make a difference in your planning for what’s next, while also growing what’s now.”

The MEMA Aftermarket Suppliers Vision Conference will be held at The Henry Hotel in Dearborn. It will feature two days of presentations, breakout sessions and networking.

“The MEMA Aftermarket Suppliers Vision Conference is the industry’s premier event for thought leadership on the industry’s most compelling trends and issues. It is a forum for aftermarket professionals to engage, discuss critical issues, and learn about industry, economic, and technology trends to forward their business interests,” the association said.

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