The automotive aftermarket is a rapidly growing segment in the e-commerce space. It covers everything from DIY garage projects to collectibles to trade shows, even down to general maintenance. It’s a specific niche in the online selling landscape, but it’s now getting the renewed spotlight it deserves from various marketplaces, retailers and a whole lot of consumers.
And what better stage for shining that spotlight than the heart of Las Vegas?
If you can find a way to Las Vegas this March, stop by the only e-commerce conference exclusively for automotive and powersports retailers: AutoCommerce 2015. From 1 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. PDT on Monday, March 30, 2015, you’ll be treated to a full (and free of charge) afternoon of all things auto at the ARIA Resort & Casino.
Nile Cornelison, CEO of Direct Communications, Inc. (DCi) and recent inductee into the Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) Hall of Fame, will give the AutoCommerce 2015 keynote. In his presentation, Cornelison will reveal the major forces currently shaping the automotive aftermarket and explain how capitalizing on these opportunities will be key to developing a growth strategy for automotive retailers.
Whether you’re just entering the online marketplace arena or looking to build on your success, you won’t want to miss this opportunity to hear from one of the auto industry’s most influential visionaries.
In addition to learning plenty of actionable tips for getting the most out of the automotive aftermarket, you’ll:
- Hear about the hottest industry topics affecting your business
- Learn how to master the top channels like eBay Motors, Amazon, Google and more
- Network with leaders from all categories of automotive and powersports
There’s no fee to attend AutoCommerce! We simply ask that you register in advance.
Learn more and register here.
Extend your stay a few days and register for the Catalyst Americas 2015 conference (March 30 – April 1), a top educational and networking event for online retailers in every category.
Blog post by Jordan Nowlin, social media and blog manager, ChannelAdvisor