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Women bring a different perspective to the automotive industry, so what could be better than tapping into these unique viewpoints and stories to grow knowledge and skills?

That is the intention of a special lunchtime forum that seeks to unlock some of the secrets and insight of pioneering women in the industry held by the Motor Trades Association of Australia.

The free event also has the added advantage of being conducted online, so tapping in to the wisdom is simply a matter of registering and logging on at a convenient time to lunch and learn.

The forum titled Passion to Panel, to be held in November, will bring together leaders in the repair industry from across the Australian states who have all made their mark in different ways.

The special qualities they each bring to leadership, the highs of their journeys and pressing issues like how to attract and keep good staff are all some of the subjects to be discussed and that any business or individual in the automotive industry can benefit from.

Well-known journalist Erin Molan, who comes to the panel with wide ranging experience in television and sports presentation at and SkyNews, will host the panel.

The MTAA will announce the full line- up of the panel closer to the forum date.

The Passion to Panel will be held at 12pm to 1pm on Thursday November 16.

Anyone who has an interest in the automotive industry is welcome. Registration for the free event is simple here.




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