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Calling All Men and Women in the Automotive Industry!

Want to be inspired to begin or advance your automotive journey? This conference presents a united, strong and empowering message that there is a place for Women in Automotive! Dealership Owners, HR Personnel, Salespeople, Service Writers, Administrators, Marketers and anyone else affiliated with the automotive industry will come away from this event with new information to help them further their careers, as well as those of their female counterparts. There’s Something for Everyone! Want to be inspired to begin or… Read more »

News: March 26, 2019
Stuttgart to host the first Women Automotive Summit on June 13th!

An event about women in the automotive industry; but not just for women… Stuttgart will host the first Women Automotive Summit on June 13th, whose aim is to showcase global leaders’ success stories and explore how the current changes in the automotive industry and technology advances are affecting people’s role. International vehicle manufacturers, top suppliers as well as key automotive solution providers are expected to attend the event, with confirmation already received from: Hyundai, Yanfeng, Daimler and sponsors: SAP, NIO… Read more »

Press: March 26, 2019
Shifting Gears in the Auto Industry

Tanya: The auto retail industry plays a significant role in the US economy. It really has made great progress in attracting and retaining women. But it has a lot of room to grow. Melinda: If you think about the female customers walking into a dealership, women make about 65% of the auto purchases today. We should have a much bigger say in the industry. Jordan: When I first started in my automotive career it was really difficult for me to… Read more »