CARY, N.C. -

The 2020 Women & Automotive Canadian Leadership Forum will be a digital experience.

In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, Cherokee Media Group has determined the best move for the health and safety of our audience, speakers, teammates and all parties involved is to make this year’s Women & Automotive conference an all-digital event. 

Cherokee Media Group will have more information in coming weeks on agenda, speaker lineup, registration and more. Stay tuned to Auto Remarketing Canada enewsletters and other CMG media for further details.

“In just a handful of years, the Women & Automotive Canadian Leadership Forum has evolved into a must-attend event, where auto industry leaders learn from one another, explore the value of mentorship and discuss practical approaches for advancing women into leadership roles in the Canadian auto industry,” said CMG president Bill Zadeits.

“While we will miss seeing each of you in person, this year’s conference will still bring top-notch speakers, sessions, information and content,” Zadeits said. “We’re excited to bring you this all-digital experience and look forward to connecting in person one day soon.”

Added CMG director of meetings and event Marilu “Mac” McQuilkin: “Women & Automotive arms women entering the automotive industry with the education, networking and career opportunities they need for top-tier leadership roles. That doesn’t change this year.”

The event is scheduled for early fall, but specific dates and further details on the Women & Automotive digital experience are forthcoming. Stay tuned to Auto Remarketing Canada enewsletters and for agenda releases, registration announcements and more