Women’s Industry Network to open Canadian chapter
For those unfamiliar with the not-for-profit, WIN works with many women— and men—in management roles; individuals seeking strategies on how to improve retention for female employees and attract more women to the sector. Through the organization’s focus, WIN aims to sustain a healthy dialogue that continues to advance the marketplace as a whole.
The organization sponsors several programs aside from its annual conference, including sponsorships for female apprentices in the automotive space WIN also fosters the Most Influential Woman program, an award established in 1999 to recognize women in the aftermarket whose leadership and commitment to excellence have enriched the collision repair industry.
WHAT IS WIN?
The Women’s Industry Network has a mission to support and enhance the role of women in the collision repair industry, promoting education, professional advancement and networking. The all-volunteer group represents various collision industry segments, including repair facilities, suppliers, consultants, information providers, insurance companies and more.
WIN IS FOR MORE THAN WOMEN!
No matter your identity, you are free to join WIN! The organization is open to anyone who wishes to participate in endeavours supporting women in trades, regardless of your gender.