The first ever virtual Heavy Duty Aftermarket Week (HDAW) is just around the corner.
Formally set to begin next Monday evening, this year’s HDAW may be different in setting but should be similar in subject matter and value for independent aftermarket operations and suppliers alike.
Over the last three weeks we’ve previewed the upcoming event, speaking to event organizers and speakers about how they plan to bring the same high-quality, engaging information long-time attendees are used to receiving at HDAW into an interactive digital event. Building a virtual event capable of replacing the onsite HDAW has unquestionably been a challenge, but organizers are extremely confident when attendees sit down in their homes and offices to attend next week’s event that what they see on their computer screens will be similar to what they’ve always seen on stage.
If you’ve missed our aforementioned HDAW preview coverage and would like to know more about what exactly you can expect in the days ahead, please check out the stories linked below. (And keep your eye out, our fourth HDAW preview with comments from the event’s keynote speaker will hit your inbox first thing Monday morning.)
HDAW is an important event for the aftermarket; make sure you’re prepared to get the most out of it.
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