CAWA Leadership & Educational Forum to address key issues in automotive parts industry

The CAWA Leadership & Educational Forum is set to bring together top industry experts and leaders at the Renaissance Newport Beach Hotel from June 19-21, 2024.

The CAWA Leadership & Educational Forum is set to bring together top industry experts and leaders at the Renaissance Newport Beach Hotel from June 19-21, 2024. The event promises two days packed with insightful sessions aimed at fostering critical thinking and sharing valuable insights on the automotive parts industry, CAWA says.

The forum will kick off on Wednesday, June 19, at 5 p.m. with a PAC Fundraiser Reception, providing attendees with an opportunity to network in a relaxed setting. The night continues with attendees having dinner at their discretion, setting the stage for the substantive meetings scheduled over the next two days.

On Thursday, June 20, the agenda is brimming with pivotal meetings, including the eCommerce Task Force Meeting and the Manufacturers Advisory Council Meeting. These sessions are designed to tackle the pressing issues facing today’s automotive parts industry. The day will conclude with a YANG Regional Meet-Up and a reception, followed by a dinner at the hotel.

The forum concludes on Friday, June 21, with a General Session from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m., where industry leaders will discuss contemporary issues over breakfast. The Board of Directors will meet thereafter, leading up to the event’s adjournment at 1 p.m.

Registration for the CAWA Leadership & Educational Forum is now open. Attendees are encouraged to make hotel reservations by the cutoff date of May 28, 2024, to ensure availability.

Visit the event registration site for more information.


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