Upcoming ACA Webinars Cover E-Commerce, Consumer Insights

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Oct. 11, 2017—The Auto Care Association (ACA) today announced its schedule of upcoming webinars in October.

On Oct. 19 at 1 p.m. EST, interested attendees can join the one-hour teleforum series hosted by the ACA’s Manufacturers’ Representatives Council titled, “The E-Commerce Effect: Where Are Your Customers Shopping? 

This teleforum will address several topics within the current state of e-commerce and where it’s headed, including:

  • The impact of e-commerce on retail categories and its potential threat for auto parts
  • The effects of online shopping on brick-and-mortar auto retailers
  • The changing expectations of customers on product delivery time
  • The key drivers behind customers shifting to e-commerce

The teleforum, moderated by Marc Pappas, vice president, data services and e-commerce, Federal Auto Parts, will feature panelists Malcolm Davidow, partner, Schwartz Advisors; Tom Frey, vice president, information and technology, Automotive Distribution Network; and Curtis “Andy” Massoll, president, Curt’s Service Center.

For more information about the “E-Commerce Effect: Where Are Your Customers Shopping?” webinar and to sign up today, click here or email Lia Zegeye.

On Oct. 20 at 2 p.m. EST, ACA will feature a webinar titled, “Ground Signal: Insights for the Modern Brand on consumer insights and customer experiences presented by Ground Signal, a location-based audience research company. 

The webinar, presented by Ground Signal chief strategy officer Melki Ko, will focus on the value of capturing customers’ social experiences and data to help brands better understand their online and offline behaviors.

For more information about the “Ground Signal: Insights for the Modern Brand” webinar and to sign up today, click here or email Stacey Miller

Registrants who cannot attend the webinars live will be sent a recording after the webinar has concluded. 

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