Ontario is transitioning to a circular economy. A circular economy “aims to maximize value and eliminate waste by improving the design of materials, products, and business models. A circular economy goes beyond recycling. The goal is not just to design for better end-of-life recovery, but to minimize the use of raw materials and energy through […]
On March 29th, over 130 AIA members and automotive service providers attended the OntarioKnowledge Exchange Series that took place at the Paramount Event Space. With a focus on change and disruptors in the automotive aftermarket, attendees heard about how they can prepare for the future. Speakers included James Carter who presented on industry disruptors and […]
Members of the AIA Ontario Division joined together for their first meeting of 2017 on February 14th at the Worldpac Canada office. Along with discussion on upcoming initiatives, AIA Ontario Division contributed $10,000 to the High Fives for Kids Foundations. AIA Canada and the High Fives for Kids Foundation express gratitude towards the generous contribution.
Do you belong to that group of 1-in-4 people who name their cars? And why not! There is a mysterious bond that forms as you drive during that crazy rush hour when your car becomes the confidante who listens patiently; or as you pray fervently for it to not break down on that much-needed road […]
Innovation is the introduction of something new. The new AIA Innovative Business Series will focus on bringing together industry with experts who will share with participants their insights on how to gear up for change and stay ahead of disruptive technologies, hear about new trends, sales strategies, marketing insights and more! Being held September 7th […]