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Saturday 9th April 2022

Electric vehicle trends and opportunities

THE SEMINAR:

Are EVs a business opportunity or will they result in a smaller independent repair network? Are EVs the end of our industry as we know it or a new beginning? An expert panel will provide the latest information to support your decision making about EVs. When will your customers start asking if you can work on their EV? What should you do to prepare? And what government can do to support you and future EV owners. Evs are coming and we need to be ready.

Where:
Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre

When:
12.30pm – 1.30pm

Price:
Free Trade Registration

Presented by:

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Craig Ondarchie | MP

Gavin Cribb

Gavin Cribb | Kangan Institute

Mike Carnemolla - edit

Mike Carnemolla | The Garage Network

Presented by:

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Craig Ondarchie | MP

Gavin Cribb

Gavin Cribb | Kangan Institute

Mike Carnemolla - edit

Mike Carnemolla | The Garage Network

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Stuart Charity

Stuart Charity

AAAA

Stuart Charity is a passionate, well-respected industry leader, having served the automotive industry in a variety of roles across a distinguished career. Stuart is CEO of the Australian Automotive Aftermarket Association (AAAA), which represents 4,100 member businesses and the entire automotive aftermarket, an industry that contributes $25B annually to the economy. Under Stuart’s leadership, the AAAA has championed many initiatives, services and regulatory reforms; improving the sustainability and growth of the industry. Stuart is particularly proud of the AAAA’s long fought battle championing arguably the aftermarket industry’s largest issue, mandatory data sharing – an issue that is now law, with a start date of 1st July 2022.

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