So, everyone these days is talking about the “new normal”, what that will look like, and when it will arrive, upon the further easing of COVID-19 restrictions. But the truth is — although our social lives, workplaces and industries might look a lot different than 2019 — many of the same career challenges and hurdles remain the same for auto, and other business sectors.

These include diversity, inclusion, workplace equality and more. That’s why we are looking forward to bringing Women & Automotive back to the Westin Harbour Castle in Toronto  this fall and continue discussing these important topics. The September 14th event might look a little different, as well.

Cherokee Media Group  is implementing a layered approach to health and safety precautions for the event, and is offering registration for the on-site event at one flat rate this year, as well as a virtual option, which provides access to streaming keynotes and general sessions. Both registrations include access to on-demand workshops for 30 days following the event, as well.

Registration for Women & Automotive in Toronto in September is open!

But if you’re anything like us, you’re likely experiencing some Zoom fatigue after chatting with friends, family and co-workers for the past few months via the Web. So, the team at W&A wanted to take a moment to remind you of the 2019 experience in Toronto, memories that were made, and meaningful professional relationships created.

See below for some highlights of Women & Automotive 2019, and find you and your co-workers in the full photo gallery from last year’s event:





Cherokee Media Group will also host Auto Remarketing Canada, just after Women & Automotive — Sept. 15-16 — at the same Toronto location. For more information on this event, see 

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