By CRM Staff
 
Munich Park, Germany -- May 22, 2018 -- Deloitte, ICDP, Supplement and Trustpilot have been announced as just a few of the names set for the stage at the IBIS Global Summit 2018.
 
Taking place at the Hilton Hotel in Munich Park, Germany on the 11 to 13 of June, this year’s summit is themed "Challenging Perspectives." It is partnered with 3M, AkzoNobel, Audatex, Axalta, Enterprise-Rent-A-Car, Fix Auto and Symach.
 
Dirk Utman, senior manager automotive and Philipp Enderle, consultant at Deloitte will give the industry spotlight on future mobility, focusing on the key findings from Deloitte’s Future-of-Mobility research as well as Deloitte’s EU and North American fleet management study.
 
The Global Summit will also reveal the initial findings of a new market intelligence partnership between IBIS and ICDP, an international research-based organisation, centred specifically on collision repair markets across Europe.
 
IBIS CEO, Jason Moseley said, “IBIS has been at the heart of the global collision industry for 18 years, bringing the senior leaders in our sector together to discuss debate and engender positive change. We have recognized that high quality data is paramount to that continued improvement philosophy. Taking recent feedback and input from our worldwide participation for more specific and unique data, we have launched this exciting initiative with ICDP.”
 
Meanwhile, Brad Mewes proprietor of Supplement and a keynote speaker at the IBIS Global Summit in 2016 will return this year with a presentation touching upon topics including the evolution of industry consolidation, private equity, corporate finance and the evolving impact of vehicle technology, autonomous driving and advanced driving assistance systems (ADAS).
 
Utman, Steve Young of ICDP and Mewes join a line up of key industry influencers set to take centre stage at the IBIS Global Summit 2018 including: Jennifer Boyer, global collision business and strategy manager of Ford Motor Company; president and chief operating officer of Caliber Collision Centers, Mark Sanders; TrustPilot’s sales director – DACH, Paul Steele and Frank Liu, CEO of Fix Auto China.
 
Tickets for IBIS 2018 are priced at nearly $3,000 and include access to the Welcome Reception on June 11, the full day conference, including lunch and refreshments, followed by the International Dinner on the evening of June 12. The event will finish on June 13, after a half day conference and an inclusive lunch. The ticket price also includes two nights’ accommodation at The Hilton, Munich Park. After the event, delegates will be sent a link to download audio and visual presentations, as well as the Global Focus report for future reference – a wealth of information to help influence international strategy.

 

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