Toronto, Ontario — Join CCIF on Feb. 3 and 4, 2021 to gain industry insights from collision repair experts during the organization’s second official virtual experience.
“Attendees will have text, audio, and video networking opportunities, join conferences and workshops, ask questions to speakers and sponsors, and learn about exhibitor products and services all from the comfort of your home or office,” according to the CCIF website.
Registration is open to the public via this link. Early bird registration has passed, and as of Jan. 1, 2021, registration is $179.
On Wednesday, Feb. 3 from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., Sharon Ramalho, former chief people officer McDonald’s Canada, will be running a workshop called “Stop Managing, Start Leading: What you need to know to build the workplace back better presented by Simplicity Car Care,” and will be held in the virtual Fix Auto Auditorium.
According to Ramalho, in this session, you will learn: Why it is even more important to have an employee base who are healthy, engaged, and ready to contribute; how to recognize and support employees who may be struggling with the events of this past year; the style of leadership needed to make the shift from business recovery to business acceleration; examples of leaders and businesses who are getting it right.
After the workshop, attendees will be able to attend a number of different conference sessions held between 1 and 4 p.m. CCIF will then hold a virtual reception of the Gala Awards from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m., which will be held in the virtual networking lounge.
On Thursday 4, 2021 conference sessions will be held between 1 and 4 p.m., and the schedule can be found on their website.
CCIF 2021 Toronto speakers and conference sessions include: Brahm Elkin: Selling Your Business? Non-Financial Issues to Ensure Success; Donald Cooper: Succession Planning & Exit Strategies; Ryan Mandell: The Impact of Electric Vehicle Growth on the Collision Repair and Auto Insurance Industries; I-CAR: ADAS is here… is your shop prepared? Presented by: Bud Center – Director, Technical Products and Curriculum; Dirk Fuchs – Director, Technical Programs and Services; Jeff Poole – Manager and Subject Matter Expert; and Scott VanHulle, Manager, RTS and OEM Technical Relations; Ryan Stein: An Insurance Perspective -̶̵ the Effect of the Rising Cost to Fix Cars on our Shared Customer; and lastly, Sharon Ramalho: Stop Managing, Start Leading: What you need to know to build the workplace back better.
CCIF 2021 Toronto virtual experience diamond sponsors are, AkzoNobel and CARSTAR.
Registration is now open but please note, there are no refunds after January 20th. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or if you have any issues registering.
Registration will close on January 28th.