Three days of informative seminars will educate and entertain at the Australian Automotive Aftermarket Expo

The Australian Automotive Aftermarket Expo (AAAExpo), co-located with the Collision and Repair Expo (CRE), has been designed to deliver workshop owners the knowledge they need to make the right decisions for the future of their businesses.
In 2022, in the name of further advancing the educational opportunities for showgoers, the Expo’s traditional seminar program will be relocated from its previous location in the seminar rooms upstairs, to the show floor, increasing accessibility and putting it front and centre amid all the action of the show.
Two seminar stages will host presentations and demonstrations on the hour, alongside celebrity appearances and more.
Highly experienced and credentialed speakers will present on a wide variety of topics, with attendance to these seminars free for Expo ticketholders and registration open now at

Rachael Evans of The Workshop Whisperer, ACA Research’s Ben Selwyn, the Australian Automotive Dealer Association’s James Voortman, Capricorn’s David Fraser, mycar’s Adam Pay, the Auto Innovation Centre’s Luke Truskinger, Industry Legal’s Emma Dalley, Leaderise’s Michael Erwin, AusGarage’s Joseph Wheeler, and the AAAA’s Stuart Charity, Lesley Yates and Tiffany Conway will all present across the two stages.
The seminars will cover a wide array of subjects including steps to workshop success, improving customer service, using research and data to boost performance, attracting great staff amidst the skills shortage, fair and open competition, the future of vehicle modifications, common legal issues, electric vehicle trends, digital marketing and more. March’s edition of Aftermarket Magazine will provide an in-depth look at what you can expect to be covered by each of these seminar topics.
The CRE will also host a number of seminars, covering digital marketing, attachment methods, drivers of business success, diversifying to get your customers to buy more, ADAS, training and building your business.
The full CRE speaker program can be found at
The AAAA owns and operates the Australian Auto Aftermarket Expo and the Collision Repair Expo, the industry’s major biannual trade show.
Taking place at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre, the Expo is the nation’s only comprehensive exhibition for Australia’s $25B aftermarket industry, bringing together the industry’s best and brightest while showcasing hundreds of the country’s leading companies, all under one roof.

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