Toronto, Ontario — Ontario-based Fix Network facilities take note, as the collision repair consolidator announced on Tuesday that Amin Youssef has joined the company as the new regional vice president for Ontario.
Fix says that Youssef will be tasked with representing the repair banner’s brand in Ontario, as part of his new role within the Fix Network.
“I’m thrilled to be joining the Fix Network and overly eager to lead and support our team across the rapidly growing Ontario market, whilst simultaneously advancing the interests of our franchise partners and actively seeking opportunities for growth,” Youssef said in a press release.
He said he intends to “bring the highest value to our business partners by providing above and beyond service, trustworthiness through competent support to establish loyalty, and a unique, personable approach in-tune with the ever-changing digital landscape to achieve our targets.”
Youssef has found himself in many corners of the automotive aftermarket over the past 12 years of his career, having most recently worked as a general manager for LKQ, in addition to some time spent at UAP.
Prior to his professional life, Youssef was enrolled at Fanshawe College as a business administration student, before pivoting toward teacher’s college at York University, where he graduated with a Bachelor of Arts as well as a Certificate of Bilingualism.
“Amin’s education in business and teaching truly resonated with me as a leader with breadth and depth of knowledge and skill,” senior v-p of Fix Network, Daryll O’Keefe.
“His enthusiasm and positive outlook will fit the requirements of leadership here in Ontario for the Fix Network as he focuses his skills on business development, brand integrity and corporate culture.”