Automotive Aftermarket Suppliers Association (AASA) to host the 2022 Aftermarket at CES Event in Las Vegas

The event will be co-presented with Capstone Financial Group on January 6 at the Venetian.

AASA’s Mobility Technology Council (MTC) announced it will host the second annual Aftermarket at CES event at the 2022 CES show in Las Vegas. The event will be co-presented with Capstone Financial Group on January 6 at the Venetian. Content will center on automotive technologies that impact drivers and vehicles on the road. Individuals who focus on marketing, business strategy, business development, or engineering/product development should attend.

The event will cover:

  • Outlook of emerging vehicle technologies with KPMG
  • Best exhibits/demonstrations from the CES show floor with MEMA, Capstone Financial Group, and Schaeffler Group
  • MTC in 2022 Briefing
  • Networking reception to follow

“Holding the Aftermarket at CES event again in 2022 is a key part of the MTC’s Executive Committee’s strategic plan,” said Chris Gardner, Senior Vice President at AASA. “It is a premiere event in emerging technologies, and it is designed to bring traditional parts suppliers and automotive technology suppliers together to explore the latest and greatest in cutting-edge vehicle technologies.”

The Aftermarket at CES event will connect the dots between the high-tech world and the automotive aftermarket industry, which makes it a must-attend event. The content will include exploring what to expect in the upcoming years, how it will effect the industry, and how to adapt, and will be followed by a networking reception with food, beverages, and 1:1 time with others in the industry.

Additional information about the 2022 Aftermarket at CES can be accessed by clicking here.


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