AAAA WEBSITE UPDATED

The new updates have been inspired by and designed for AAAA members

The website of the Australian Automotive Aftermarket Association – www.aaaa.com.au – recently underwent a redesign.
The modifications which have been made to the AAAA website have been inspired by and designed for the needs of AAAA members.
The upgraded website showcases the value of AAAA membership like never before and moving around different areas of the site has been made easier.
With intuitive navigation and the latest articles on all things automotive aftermarket, www.aaaa.com.au is sure to become a regular online destination for anyone wanting to stay in the loop on industry issues, intel and resources.
“The website improvements will help members and visitors from across the industry to find valuable information and tools, easily and quickly,” AAAA Chief Executive Officer, Stuart Charity, said.
“Members will also find exclusive resources to help them manage their business as best as possible.”

Some key features of the new site include:

  • Easy to find content through new sections broken down by industry segments;
  • Updated navigation and design that makes finding what you need easier and quicker;
  • More information about AAAA’s Special Interest Groups to help you network and collaborate on industry specific activity; and
  • Increased promotion of the strength, importance and diversity of the Australian automotive aftermarket.

“The website modifications were designed to celebrate the diversity, energy and high levels of expertise in the industry,” AAAA Head of Membership and Marketing, Tiffany Conway, said.
“It also showcases how AAAA really is the voice of the industry. We are committed to fighting for our members, bringing them together and promoting what they offer. The new website design highlights how we do this.”
“Members can continue to access market-leading research and data, including our car parc data, in the members area of the site.
“The website is packed with current, easily accessible information, articles and resources. We’d love to see members taking advantage of the features of the site and getting the most out of their membership.”
The next phase of development for the AAAA website will include a review and upgrade of the online Members Portal.

To see the new-look website, go to www.aaaa.com.au

If you have any feedback about the refreshed website, please feel free to contact Tiffany Conway at tconway@aaaa.com.au