Ottawa, Ontario — March 20, 2016 — The next meeting of the Canadian Collision Industry Forum (CCIF) takes place in Montreal, Quebec on May 27, 2016. Registration is now open for the event taking place at Hotel Omni Mont-Royal in Montreal.
Collision Repair magazine will be bringing you preview coverage of this event in coming weeks, so keep an eye on collisionrepairmag.com for updates.
CCIF has been hosting forum events since 1999 and the forum meetings draw collision repair industry professionals from across North America, providing them with a platform to network, stay informed and share ideas.
The event covers a wide array of topics and information that is useful from the front to the back of any collision repair facility. The knowledge extends past the shop too. Representatives of insurance companies, suppliers, service providers and trade associations attend the forums to contribute to the discussions and gain insight on the industry. Through guest speakers, presentations, panel discussions and exposure to industry experts, the forum provides valuable insight into profitability, vehicle repair complexity and people.
The Montreal edition of CCIF is the second meeting of the year, with the first taking place in late January in Vaughan, Ontario. For more on the Vaughan meeting, please see “Technical advances, KPIs and the need to scan hot topics at CCIF Cars & Technology Showcase.”
Presentations at the Montreal meeting will be in both English and French and will have simultaneous translations on dual screens.
Early bird registration is offered before May 14 for $95 per guest. After May 14 the cost rises to $105. Registration includes entry to the CCIF cocktail reception the day before the event. Discounted rooms are available at Hotel Omni Mont-Royal before April 25, 2016.
For more information, visit ccif.ca/event/ccif-montreal-2016.