Keeping connected! Glen Shepherd, AIRP and Kayleigh Bradley attended todays informative webinar hosted by a well respected panel of automotive aftermarket industry speakers discussing the impact of COVID-19 on their businesses and the wider challenges and opportunities for the automotive aftermarket. Continue reading full article
The first industry bitesize briefing was held by the IAAF yesterday, inviting their members to an online session, and a Q&A, on Hybrid and Electric vehicles. The IAAF forums allow industry leaders to keep abreast of industry knowledge by sharing ideas and insights.
The virtual session invited Steve Carter from Train4Auto consultancy to explore the topic… “Had the pandemic hindered or helped sales of electric and hybrid vehicles?”.
Glen Shepherd, Director of Automotive Aftermarket Recruitment Consultancy Glen Callum Associates, attended the zoom session and his feedback was particularly positive
“Thanks to Wendy and Mike for hosting the online IAAF briefing. The format was relaxed, informative and exceptionally engaging, cementing new ways for the members to communicate by utilising and embracing the latest technology. Congratulations to Steve Carter who gave a detailed and passionate insight into the electrification era and what the future holds for hybrid and electric vehicles. Job well done guys, looking forward to the next briefing on the 23rd July”.
Mike Smallbone, head of membership development at the IAAF, said: “This is another exciting development for the IAAF. Our regular Industry Briefings are often over-subscribed and so this new platform will allow members the opportunity to find out more about IAAF’s extensive activity and how it relates to their business going forward.”
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Glen Callum Associates have over 21 years of recruiting knowledge within the Automotive Aftermarket, Engineering and industrial sectors and have specifically expanded their international candidate base over the last 5 years by successfully sourcing staff from across the globe, as far afield as Australasia and Asia, whilst also covering many parts of Europe. Continue reading full article
Glen Callum Associates were honoured when Aftermarket Magazine requested to join us for a “day in the life….” article.
Alex Wells the editor of Aftermarket magazine is a familiar face in the industry. Prior to joining Aftermarket he ran a number of magazines in the industry including Garage & Bodyshop Professional and Automotive Industry Magazine as well as BODY Magazine, covering the crash repair sector.
Alex says: “Aftermarket is a great publication. I’ve greatly admired it as a reader over the years and I’m delighted to be its editor. There are many challenges ahead for the sector and it is vital that the leading publication in the industry covers the serious issues facing garages and suppliers. I will make sure Aftermarket continues to be the destination publication for news and views in our industry.”
He adds: “I’m looking forward to getting out and seeing everyone with my new Aftermarket hat on.”
And that’s exactly what Alex did when he joined the Glen Callum Team! Continue reading full article
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