CARY, N.C. -
The Auto Remarketing Canada Conference is an annual event bringing together all corners of Canada’s used-vehicle industry to learn about the latest trends in the auto business, share best practices and network. 
The two-day event, scheduled for July 20-21, will be held online and include three content tracks: 
— Auto Finance
— Remarketing & Fleet
— Retail 
There will be a mix of live sessions as well as a vast library of on-demand content. Live sessions will be held from noon (ET) to roughly 2:30 pm on both July 20 and July 21. 
Among the speakers slated to participate are:
Brian Murphy,  Cox Automotive Canada 
Craig Stickney, GM Financial 
Paul Hunsley, BMO
Andy Wadeson, TD Auto Finance
Alan Dickie, Alan Dickie Inc. 
Bob Metodiev, Inovatec 
Drew Harden, CARFAX Canada 
Shane Hambly, EDealer 
Kathy Gilbert, CDK Global
Stéphane St-Hilaire, TradeHelper 
Pierre Fauchille, Cox Automotive Canada 
Matt Rispin, North Toronto Auction 
Plus many more. 
The event will also recognize Auto Remarketing Canada’s annual “Remarketing’s Under 40” honorees.  More details and the full conference agenda will be available at
Attendees will also be able to access:
Live Q&A and polling during the sessions
Full meetings and messaging service
Interactive live sessions throughout the event (nothing pre-recorded on the main agenda)
Our virtual exhibition: a one-stop-shop to see the leading industry solution providers
Product demos addressing your business needs and goals
Connect with other attendees on the “Networking” page for 30 days after the event (July 20 – Aug. 20)

Women & Automotive set for August 

In another franchise event for Cherokee Media Group, we are hosting our annual Women & Automotive Canadian Leadership Forum later this summer. 

The all-digital event is scheduled for Aug. 19-20.
In addition to spotlighting this year’s Women & Automotive: Profiles in Leadership honorees, this event will once again discuss approaches for advancing women into leadership roles in the Canadian automotive industry.
Beyond auto industry discussions, this event aims to provide lessons on leadership. It also puts a big emphasis on the importance of having a mentor, but also the rewards of being a mentor. 
Candid conversations, inspiring keynotes and informative sessions are the hallmarks for this annual event, now celebrating its sixth year. 
Find more about what’s in store for the 2021 Women & Automotive Canadian Leadership Forum at