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With emerging technologies like electric vehicles (EVs) and advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) taking the industry by storm, combined with labour challenges and a changing economic landscape, the auto care industry is undoubtedly changing.   Zakari Krieger, Vice President of Prime CarCare at Fix Network World, dives into the obstacles Canada’s...
As vehicles become increasingly complex with advanced technologies, the auto care industry is experiencing challenges that impact every area of business—from attracting and training employees to improving customer satisfaction. This Curbside Chat episode dives into these issues, exploring how the modernization of vehicles is reshaping the auto care landscape and...
Since joining the auto care industry in 2008, Kari Hann has seen the industry shift, grow, and evolve. Her journey with the Young Professionals in the Auto care sector (YPA) began in 2009, where she received invaluable mentorship and growth opportunities. Now, in 2024, she plans on doing the same...
Canada Night is the premier networking event that brings together the who’s who of Canada’s auto care industry. Held annually, this event offers unparalleled opportunities for business professionals to connect and celebrate Canadian achievements. Whether you are looking to expand your network, foster new business relationships, or simply enjoy an...
On June 4, nearly 70 deserving students had the opportunity to celebrate the end of their academic journey at the 38th edition of the Gala Méritas of the Comité Éducation Travail en Équipement Motorisé du Montréal Métropolitain (CETEMMM) at Édouard-Montpetit high school in Montréal, Quebec.  This annual recognition evening was...

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