Dealers and their management teams will learn the latest strategies and emerging trends in the auto industry at this year’s NADA Show education sessions. NADA Academy instructors, as well as top industry specialists, will teach real solutions for your dealership to build the success your business needs, both now and in the years to come.
But with more than 100 education sessions taking place, how can you know which sessions are right for you and your team?
At NADA, we understand that each person has their own learning style. That’s why our education sessions are offered in different formats. Whether you prefer a traditional classroom/lecture setting for workshops, or you learn best in a collaborative, round-table discussion environment, there’s something for every type of attendee at NADA Show.
Read on to learn more about each type of learning session offered at this year’s show and how to navigate the topics to get the most out of your weekend of learning and networking.
NADA Traditional Workshops
NADA Academy instructors, as well as other top industry specialists, teach real solutions for your dealership to build the success your business needs, both now and in the years to come. Dealers and their management teams can choose their preferred dealership department(s) to learn more about the education sessions in that category, including Fixed Operations, Human Capital, Legal & Regulatory, Marketing, Variable Operations, and the new Digital Super Track. Learn more.
These network-oriented presentations between workshop speakers and attendees take a deep dive into a timely topic that is top-of-mind for dealers today. This year’s topic focuses on determining the value of a dealership business. Learn more.
These peer-to-peer table discussions feature brainstorming and problem-solving among auto industry peers. Each Exchange session is based on timely topics selected by our NADA Show attendees, at the time of registration. Learn more.
Distinguished Speaker Series
Five dynamic keynote speakers will go beyond the traditional workshop departments to discuss key topics, including Leadership, Dealership Culture, Team Building, and Personal and Business Success. Learn more.
Originally posted on Auto Dealer Today