2024 Vision Conference to include interactive town hall session with MEMA’s Ann Wilson on government impact in the aftermarket

Participants of the 2024 Vision Conference will have the chance to engage in a lively discussion and seek answers to their pressing questions about how government actions affect the aftermarket industry.

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Participants of the 2024 Vision Conference will have the chance to engage in a lively discussion and seek answers to their pressing questions about how government actions affect the aftermarket industry. This interactive town hall session will feature Ann Wilson, Executive Vice President of Government Affairs at MEMA, The Vehicle Suppliers Association. The event is scheduled for April 10, 2024, at The Henry Hotel in Dearborn, Mich.

“The town hall with Ann will be an unparalleled opportunity for MEMA Aftermarket Suppliers members to engage, learn, and shape the future of the aftermarket industry.”

Paul McCarthy
President and CEO of MEMA Aftermarket Suppliers.

“Top 3 Suppliers Issues & Open Member Q&A” will focus on the pivotal topics shaping the aftermarket industry landscape. Wilson will provide updates on right torepair and the REPAIR Act; trade, China, and geopolitics; and the top supplier advocacy causes. During the Q&A portion, MEMA members will be able to directly engage with Wilson, using an open mic to ask questions.

“The town hall with Ann will be an unparalleled opportunity for MEMA Aftermarket Suppliers members to engage, learn, and shape the future of the aftermarket industry,” said Paul McCarthy, President and CEO of MEMA Aftermarket Suppliers. “Members will take center stage during the session. They will directly interact with Ann, voicing their concerns on the industry matters most important to them, and benefiting from Ann’s legendary insights and expertise.”

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 Vision Conference will feature presentations, breakout sessions, and networking. In line with the rapidly changing aftermarket landscape, the theme of this year’s conference is “The New Aftermarket: Embracing Change to Drive Growth.”

More information about the 2024 MEMA Aftermarket Suppliers Vision Conference can be found by visiting memavision.com.


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