The Women & Automotive Canadian Leadership Forum — every year — has aimed to do one thing primarily: That’s advance women into leadership positions across the auto industry.
This overarching purpose, of course, includes 2020 — the fifth year of W&A, coming up September 14 — at the Westin Harbour Castle in Toronto. The Forum will again follow the Auto Remarketing Canada conference, at the same location, held September 15-16.
Respond to the Women & Automotive 2020 Call for Speakers today! Closes June 15.
And if you see yourself on the W&A stage for 2020 — don’t worry — you still have two weeks or so to get your name in the game! The Call for Speakers closes April 17. But don’t wait … We’ve been very impressed with the response for our 2020 event so far.
For example — already confirmed for W&A 2020 is Carol Deacon, Chief Operating Officer at Pfaff Automotive. Deacon will be giving a Keynote presentation late this spring based on the following topic: retail trends that the automotive industry needs to embrace.
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The 2020 one-day Forum will include roundtables, keynotes and a luncheon & awards ceremony. Decisions will be further made regarding limited speaker spots in the next couple of weeks.
If you need a further taste of how the Women & Automotive agenda shapes up annually and/or who it includes, see highlights of the 2019 agenda. These included Rhiannon Rosalind, President, CEO, Economic Club of Canada; and Beth Worthington, Chief People and Culture Officer, TRADER Corp., among other key speakers.
Just being introduced to W&A?
- For more on the history and origin of Women & Automotive, read more on the focus group that helped launch the event in 2016,
- See sample W&A presentations from last year’s event.
- Get.a taste for who attends Women & Automotive.
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