Online registration is now open for the first-ever Virtual Aftermarket eForum on September 30. The eForum will be conducted completely on the web through a virtual event portal.
The eForum is a full day of live presentations, discussions, networking and vendor trade show, and the entire program will be available on-demand for six months after the live event. The virtual event saves attendees and exhibitors considerable time and money on transportation, hotel costs and meals associated with traditional face-to-face events.
“It seems only fitting that an industry conference about business technology should make use of the latest technology to lower the cost of participation and to effectively bring industry decision-makers together,” said Scott Luckett, Automotive Aftermarket Industry Association (AAIA) vice president of technology standards.
Event registration, agenda, speaker profiles and additional information are available online at www.aftermarketeforum.com. The cost to register is $95 after early-bird and association-membership discounts. Vendors of technology products and services interested in being virtual exhibitors in the eForum trade show component should e-mail Gina Lemon.
The Virtual Aftermarket eForum is produced by the AAIA, Automotive Aftermarket Suppliers Association (AASA), Automotive Industries Association (AIA) of Canada and SEMA.