Category: Australian Automotive Dealer Association

Terry Keating appointed new AADA Chairman

Long-serving motoring industry leader and Tamworth native, Terry Keating, is the new chairman of the Australian Automotive Dealer Association, taking over from the retiring Ian Field. The announcement came last month during a board meeting held at the AADA National…

AADA welcomes new Policy Officer Daniel Brown

AADA is pleased to announce the recruitment of a Policy Officer, Daniel Brown, who together with the Policy Director will advocate for interests of the automotive Dealer industry to all levels of government, and will assist in the operations of…

Terry Keating appointed as new AADA Chairman

Long serving motoring industry figurehead and Tamworth native Terry Keating was recently passed the torch by Ian Field as the new chairman of the Australian Auto Motive Dealer Association. The announcement came last week during a committee meeting held at…

Introducing Bruce McDonald, AADA CEO

Following 28 years with Ford Motor Company, along with other successful career pursuits, AADA is proud to appoint Bruce McDonald as its new CEO Bruce McDonald has established himself as an automotive industry leader both in Australia and on a…

Training Matters: NADA Courses Highlight Potential For Profits

The roll-out of the National Automobile Dealers Association (NADA) University courses is continuing apace with several dealerships signing up to take advantage of the specially-designed programs Following the delivery of the first Service Department Operations Management Course held in March…

Member Benefits

AADA Dealer members can now access Industrial Relations and Workplace Health and Safety services at an exclusive rate. Industrial relations, that is, the management of obligations and entitlements between employers and employees is an incredibly important matter for businesses, including…

The Australian Motor Dealer Council (AMDC) is born.

In an historic meeting at the Brisbane headquarters of the AADA attended by the Chairpersons of the National Dealer Councils it was unanimously agreed to form the Australian Motor Dealer Council (AMDC). The formation of the AMDC is aimed at…

How Far We’ve Come

A little over 12 months ago Dealer interests were being inadequately represented – but now Dealers have an Association that works. In the grand scheme of things, 12 months truly is a drop in the ocean, especially in the life…