GSF Car Parts looks ‘Beyond Tomorrow’ with national staff conference

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Managers from across GSF Car Parts spent a day learning about the future of the business and the automotive aftermarket at the company’s 2022 National Conference.

Eburne delivered keynote presentation

More than 260 staff attended the event at the National Space Centre in Leicester. The theme of the event, ‘Beyond Tomorrow’, challenged staff to think about and debate the future of the automotive world.

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The agenda was headlined by a keynote session from GSF Car Parts President and COO Mark Eburne and Managing Director Ian Herrett.

Eburne and Herrett discussed the business following its transition to one trading identity in November 2021, as well as ambitious plans for development and what the future might look like in an evolving industry.

GSF Car Parts Managing Director Ian Herrett said: “We wanted this event to be a conversation starter to get people thinking and we’ve encouraged our managers to carry on these discussions back in branch and with our customers, because the evolution of the aftermarket is something we believe people should feel excited about.”

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