Webinar

The Aftermarket Joint Channel Market Size and Forecast

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Join the Auto Care Association, AASA and S&P Global Mobility (formerly IHS Markit) for the annual Aftermarket Joint Channel Market Size and Forecast Webinar

Thursday, June 9, 2022 at 1:00 p.m. ET

Join the Auto Care Association, AASA and S&P Global Mobility (formerly IHS Markit) on June 9, 2022 for an exclusive in-depth look at the size, growth rate, and outlook for the automotive aftermarket in the post-pandemic world. This session will include insights on the continuing rebound from the early days of the pandemic and will include a forecast that takes into account the effects of supply chain issues, inflation, and work force shortages.  

This data will be shared with members first during this webinar before it is released to the public on AASA’s website and in the 2022 Auto Care Factbook. 

Join Shane Norton, Senior Principal of Economics and Country Risk at S&P Global Mobility (formerly IHS Markit), as he explains the factors that shaped the market in 2021 and how they will affect 2022 and the next several years.

This includes a live growth forecast and a member-only Q&A session to provide attendees with additional insights and perspectives. 

The webinar is free and available only to Auto Care Association and AASA members, but registration is required. Use the "Register as a guest" option on the registration page below to receive your login. 

For more information or assistance with registration, contact Nikki Rankin at nrankin@mema.org.

About the Forecast:

Since 2002, the Auto Care Association has partnered with AASA to produce the Joint Channel Forecast Model, a single industry view of the size, growth rate and outlook for the automotive aftermarket. 

Featured presenter:

 

Shane Norton
Shane Norton

Senior Principal, IHS Markit

Shane Norton is a Senior Principal within the Economics and Country Risk Division of IHS Markit. He is responsible for managing consulting engagements across a variety of industries, utilizing economic impact analysis, econometric forecasting, market sizing, and market analysis. He has been with IHS Markit and preceding companies since 2001, working within the Automotive Markets Division prior to moving to the ECR team.

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