In two weeks, the fourth Women & Automotive: A Canadian Leadership Forum comes once again to the Westin Harbour Castle in Toronto. The event, scheduled for March 21, after the Auto Remarketing Canada Conference, began back in 2016 and has grown every year since.

Consequently, in this blog post, I want to take you down memory road for a minute, and go over some numbers. The numbers that make W&A what it is today!

  • 4 — that’s the number of years W&A has come to Toronto, expanding the conversation of equality and empowerment that first launched in 2016.
  • 547 — that’s the number of past attendees. That’s over 500 Canadians that care about furthering the mission of empowering more women into leadership roles in the country’s auto industry.
  • 18 — that’s how many industry experts and leaders will be on tap at the 2019 Women & Automotive event to discuss topics including advancing women leadership in auto, attracting and retaining talent through employee engagement, mindfulness in leadership and more. Check out the full agenda here.
  • 7 — That’s the number of educational panels, keynotes and general sessions that make up Women & Automotive 2019 — an interactive day of discussion, insight and change. The full lineup is also supplemented by our Profiles in Leadership luncheon, which recognizes our 2019 Profiles in Leadership class, a group of Canada’s leading women in automotive.

Register now to join the Women & Automotive 2019 conversation.

  • 16 — that’s how many companies are represented by speakers joining the Women & Automotive conversation this year. These names include industry giants like Cox Automotive Canada,, Toyota Canada, TradeRev, and many more. Women & Automotive is about starting a conversation. A conversation about empowerment, leadership, equality, progress and more. What ties this all together is a collective mission to advance more women into leadership roles in the Canadian automotive industry.
  •  8 — Thats the growing number of sponsors we have supporting the 2019 Women & Automotive event so far. Sponsors include: ADESA, CDK Global, Kijiji Autos, Hansens, OMVIC, SCI Lease Corp., Scotiabank and TRADER.

Although Early Bird Registration ended last week, you can still save $100 by registering before you make it on site at the Westin Harbour Castle!

Stay tuned as we plan to release our pre-event attendee list later this week!

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