AAAA CEO Stuart Charity at Autopromotec: ‘Trade shows play a vital role’

He spoke to Aftermarket Intel Editor & Video Host Mark Phillips in Bologna, Italy, about the vital role of in-person trade shows.

AAAA CEO Stuart Charity. Photo by Mark Phillips/Aftermarket Intel
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Australian Automotive Aftermarket Association CEO Stuart Charity said it was great to be back at a large European automotive aftermarket show after his association found renewed success hosting their own in Melbourne in April.
Charity took part in a forum at Autopromotec in Bologna, Italy, on the topic of Right to Repair. He spoke to Aftermarket Intel Editor & Video Host Mark Phillips in Bologna, Italy, about the vital role of in-person trade shows.

“It’s fantastic to be back at a large European trade show,” Charity said. “We restarted our automotive expo in Australia in April and and it was like bringing the family back together again. There was unbridled joy on the faces of everyone and and just that industry reconnection and it’s so good to come to Bologna and see such a large professional show with so many people here in the Isles buzzing.”

“I believe trade shows are so important for for a number of reasons,” Charity said. “We have such a diverse range of products and technology area industry that you really need to bring everyone into one place to see all the changes.”

Hear more about what Charity had to say in this video interview.


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