Toronto, Ontario — Collision Repair magazine will be attending February’s Canadian Collision Industry Forum (CCIF)—will you?
Time is running out to register for CCIF’s Toronto event, set to take place February 3 and 4, 2022 at Delta Hotels by Marriot Toronto Airport and Conference Centre.
While this year’s event will not feature a trade show portion, this will be the first in-person CCIF event since the organization’s Toronto gathering in January 2020; there will be plenty of opportunities to network with industry peers in addition to a host of educational sessions.
An AkzoNobel led workshop—How to Build a Culture of Execution—will take place February 3 from 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m., followed by an evening networking reception. Day two will feature a lineup of exciting educational sessions from leading names in Canada’s collision repair industry, including:
- The Connected Car: Harnessing the power of vehicle telematics by Kyle Sabi of Enterprise Holdings
- Navigating the pitfalls of towing and storage, presented by Lane Bailey of ELC Dispatch Solutions
- Batteries are Included, presented by Stefano Liessi, Collision Repair mag columnist, I-CAR trainer and owner of Canadian Collision Specialist
- It’s Time to #OwnTheMarket, presented by Venessa di Vito, Collision Repair mag columnist and owner of Auto+ Performance
- Salvage is Gold: How to maximize total loss returns, a panel discussion between Blair Earle, Impact Auto Auctions; Steve Macaluso, CoPart; Refereic Miceli, Progi; Roger Schroder, Car-Part.com
- Developing a Culture of Operational Excellence, presented by Hugo Breton of ActionCOACH Hamilton.
In lieu of the trade show segment, CCIF will also offer attendees the ability to book appointments to meet with CCIF partners in private meeting rooms.
Proof of vaccination is required to attend the event. For more information, click here.