The members of the IBIS USA Steering Group met for the second time on the Oct. 31 in Las Vegas.
During the meeting there were updates on new partnerships and the progress of the conference agenda, with the confirmation of a fantastic line up of speakers with more to be announced in the coming weeks. Information about the agenda and the speakers taking part in the symposium will be released shortly, please visit our website – www.ibisworldwide.com – for more updates.
The steering group includes: Jim Muse, Axalta North America sales director and global refinish accounts director; Carl Brabander, VP marketing, Fix Network World; Michael Macaluso, president, CARSTAR; Sean Carey, president, SCG Management Consultants; Krista McNamara, content channel director of UBM Americas; Dave Smith, Calibre; Farzam Afshar CEO, VeriFacts; John Van Alstyne, CEO and president, I-CAR and Don Mikrut, vice president of Collision Repair Services at Solera Holdings, Inc.
Jason Moseley, IBIS, CEO, stated ‘We’re delighted with the progress being made towards delivering what I know will be a game changing conference. The assistance and guidance of our steering group is paramount in ensuring this exclusive event establishes itself as the go-to conference in the American automotive collision market. We are also very grateful to all our supporting partners, due to their forward thinking approach we can ensure that all the key issues influencing the industry are strategically addressed’.
IBIS USA, ‘World of Opportunity’ is a VIP and invite only event and will take place from Feb. 13-15 at the Hilton San Diego Resort & Spa Hotel, hosting around 200 delegates from the global collision repair industries, influencers and leaders.
To follow updates and keep up with developments of this ground-breaking event please follow us on Twitter @IBIS_USA or visit the website www.ibisworldwide.com. In the meantime, to find out more please contact Poppy Allard; email email@example.com
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