Quebec City, Quebec — Pack up your poutine-proof sweatpants and get ready to soak up cutting-edge industry insights, as Fix Network Canada gears up for its national conference in Quebec City after a two year COVID-induced absence.
The conference features talks from several high-profile auto industry influencers, including an opening day keynote address from professor of engineering and data science at Columbia University and automotive AI expert, Hod Lipson.
Lipson co-authored the award-winning books “Fabricated: The New World of 3D printing” and “Driverless: Intelligent cars and the road ahead,” cementing him as one of the top minds in auto industry development.
Attendees will also be treated to a talk from former CFL safety and motivational speaker, Étienne Boulay, to close the opening day’s programming.
This coming Friday will be jam-packed with presentations from the likes of Ryan Mandell from Mitchell, speaking on the implications of electrification, Fix Network’s Debbie McCarthy, addressing the latest trends in human resources, and a panel discussion on talent acquisition and retention.
The conference is set to run from Sept. 29 to 30 at the Quebec City Convention Centre, with Oct. 1 listed as a departure day.
Collision Repair will be in Quebec City on Thursday and Friday to report on Fix Network Canada’s 2022 National Convention. Stay tuned.