With only a month to go, organizers report there are just a few spots remaining for the sixth annual TalkAUTO Canada Conference.
Hosted by Canadian Black Book and J.D. Power, the one-day event is set for Nov. 8 at the Toronto Congress Centre. The event is complimentary to auto industry attendees.
The 2016 edition exceeding expectations and an early rush of registrations for 2017 has organizers planning for and expecting even more this year.
“Attendees come from a wide variety of automotive industry segments, with strong representation from manufacturers, retailers, financial providers, data providers, marketing agencies, aftermarket suppliers and media,” organizers said in a release this week.
“Since the inaugural event in 2012, attendance has continued to grow and is now widely recognized in the industry as a prominent automotive conference,” says Tim Braley, senior director at JD Power.
Brad Rome, president of co-host company Canadian Black Book said it is the content, topics and speakers that make this event so successful.
“We make every effort to put focus on the issues that affect our industry today, and provide leading presenters to provide the necessary insights,” he noted.
This year the theme of TalkAUTO Canada is customer engagement in a digital world.
The event features an impressive list of auto industry expert speakers, highlighted by keynote addresses from Larry Hutchinson, president and CEO of Toyota Canada.
Likely to also draw them in will be a speech from Josh Bloom, automotive practice leader at Facebook Canada.