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AAPEXedu To Highlight Connected Car Opportunities

The Connected Car Opportunities track is one of six education tracks created for the 2016 AAPEXedu program. Additional tracks include Marketing, Branding and Customer Relationships, Sales and Purchasing, Industry Trends, a Service Professionals Program and a program for Young Professionals.

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AAPEX is increasing its focus on technology with an all-new Connected Car Opportunities education track in the 2016 AAPEXedu program.

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Aapexedu - LogoSessions are geared toward keeping automotive aftermarket professionals ahead of the curve, and will include:

  • What the Aftermarket Needs to Know about Connected Vehicles
  • Who Owns Your Car: The Impact of Embedded Software and Copyright Law on the Aftermarket Parts and Service Industry
  • Self-Driving Cars: Car Sharing and New Users to Increase Vehicle Usage and Mileage

Additional sessions will focus on vehicle security and how to benefit from the data captured by telematics.

The Connected Car Opportunities track is one of six education tracks created for the 2016 AAPEXedu program. Additional tracks include Marketing, Branding and Customer Relationships, Sales and Purchasing, Industry Trends, a Service Professionals Program and a program for Young Professionals.

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All AAPEXedu sessions are offered at no cost to AAPEX attendees. Attendees are asked to register, as many sessions will fill up quickly. To register, visit aapexshow.com/newse.

The AAPEXedu program starts on Monday, Oct. 31 and runs throughout AAPEX, Nov. 1 through Nov. 3, at the Sands Expo in Las Vegas. All sessions are accredited by the University of the Aftermarket toward the Automotive Aftermarket Professional (AAP) and Master Automotive Aftermarket Professional (MAAP) designations.

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