Monte Carlo, Monaco — If you’ve been looking for insights on the state of the global collision repair industry, stay tuned to Collision Repair mag. We’ll be part of the Canadian representation at next week’s International Bodyshop Industry Symposium (IBIS) Global Summit in Monaco, where hundreds of collision sector delegates from around the world will gather to share insights, ideas and all the luxuries the French Riviera has to offer.
Topics on the Global Summit docket include conversations on optimizing business results in partnerships; insights on the global collision claims journey; human resources and hiring-based discussions and, of course, plenty of commentary on electric vehicles and compex vehicle technologies.
The last IBIS Global Summit was held in 2019 on the shores of spectacular Lake Maggiore, Baveno, near Milan, Italy. After such a long wait, IBIS CEO Jason Moseley promises the 2022 Global Summit will be “even better” than the last.
“We are so excited to finally deliver our flagship global summit face to face this year,” said Moseley. “It’s been a rollercoaster the last two years and to be able to see our international friends physically to celebrate over 20 years of IBIS is emotional. We have a stunning agenda and location to kick us off again, which we know will create an awesome environment for worldwide collaborative discussions.”
The IBIS Global Summit 2022 is partnered by 3M, Axalta, Betag, Enterprise, Repairify, Solera Audatex, Advantage Parts Solutions, AkzoNobel, BASF, Kapci, OEConnection, U-Pol, Verifacts, Carstar, CSN, I-CAR, Partstrader, Thatcham, and Tractable.
Click here to view the IBIS event agenda.