I travelled to Canberra along with more than 130 representatives from all sectors of the automotive industry, which included associations and manufacturers who were joined over the two days by senators and federal MPs, to attend the Australian Automotive National Summit arranged by the MTAA. The title of the summit was “The Future of the Australian Automotive Industry”. The Hotel Realm was the venue for the summit and I am always talking about networking opportunities.
An introduction to the Australian Automotive National Summit held in Canberra on 19 and 20 August 2015. Outlines how large and critical the retail and service automotive industry is to Australians.
Richard Dudley, CEO of Motor Trades Association of Australia, and his team arranged a high level Australian Automotive National Summit on 19 and 20 August in Canberra called the Future of the Australian Car Industry.
This landmark Summit’s keynote speakers included two cabinet members, Treasurer Joe Hockey and Industry and Science Minister, Ian Macfarlane. Shadow Minister for Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Industry Senator Kim Carr and three cross benchers Senator Nick Xenophon, Senator Ricky Muir and Senator John Madigan also participated with keynote speeches or on panels. Other politicians also attended.