International Symposium confirms Thatcham Research as official partner

Barcelona, Spain – January 24, 2014 — The line-up for IBIS 2014–the International Bodyshop Industry Symposium–is entering its final stages as support for the event continues to gather pace. Collision Repair magazine is Canada’s official Publisher Partner for IBIS 2014.

The IBIS Global Summit, which has confirmed Thatcham Research as its 10th official partner, has already received huge interest with only a limited number of delegate places still available.

“The theme for IBIS 2014 is ‘Best Practice,’” says David Lingham, IBIS Conference Director. “The program is now almost complete with contributions already secured from Canada, France, Germany, Holland, Middle East, UK and the USA.

“We will hear from a cross section of the industry including training organisations, bodyshops – both single site and networks, standards bodies, vehicle manufacturers, industry experts and accident management companies.
“We will look at planning your people strategy for the future, examples of best practice across the globe, why accident management is so important to a vehicle manufacturer, the impact of telematics on the industry, what a bodyshop of the future might look like and more.
IBIS 2014 takes place at the spectacular Hotel Arts Barcelona, Spain on May 19 to 21, 2014. The 10 partners already to have pledged their support to the event include 3M, AkzoNobel, Audatex, Automechanika, Axalta, EMM, Enterprise, Innovation, Quindell and Thatcham Research.
For more information on IBIS 2014 or to book your spot, please contact Nicola Keady at nicola@ibisworldwide.com. 

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