Production, express repair and leadership on the slate for IBIS 2014

London, United Kingdom — November 29, 2013 — Plans for IBIS 2014 – the International Bodyshop Industry Symposium – are well underway with a sample of conference topics now revealed. Collision Repair magazine is the Canadian Publisher Partner for IBIS.

Sessions currently under development cover a range of topical issues from around the globe including: from Dubai – “Can you turn a bodyshop into a production line?,” from Holland “How to turn part of a traditional bodyshop into a modern express repair facility,” and from Canada and Germany “How to transfer leadership from one generation to the next.”
“Planning for IBIS 2014 started just a few days after IBIS 2013 came to an end,” says David Lingham, IBIS Conference Director. “Interest in partnering with IBIS 2014 and the desire to be involved in the seminar programme has been very high. Having been involved with IBIS since 2002, I can genuinely say that IBIS 2014 is attracting more interest than ever from around the world. It is an interesting time for the IBIS brand and one I am delighted to be involved with.”
IBIS 2014, supported by 3M, AkzoNobel, Audatex, Automechanika, Axalta, EMM, Enterprise, Innovation and Quindell, returns to the spectacular Hotel Arts Barcelona, Spain on May 19 to 21, 2014. 
For more information on IBIS 2014 or to book your spot, please contact Nicola Keady at nicola@ibisworldwide.com.

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