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CCIF to host event at NACE

Wednesday, July 9, 2014 - 07:00
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The Canadian Collision Industry Forum brings international expert speakers to their first-ever CCIF Special Event at NACE, July 31-Aug. 1 in Detroit, Mich. 

Vincent Romans from The Romans’ Group and David Lingham from IBIS Worldwide and Orbis Business Impact will share an international perspective on key drivers and implications of major changes occurring in the collision repair and insurance industries in North America. As the pace of change continues to accelerate, you need to have the right information at the right time, to drive your organization towards continued growth and success.  

Visit  to read the full agenda.

Expert speakers and panel discussions will be followed by an exclusive cocktail reception.  Be sure to connect with other Canadian industry leaders during your visit to NACE!

The event will take place from 1-4 p.m. on July 31, followed by a cocktail reception from 4-6 p.m.

David Lingham, IBIS (International Bodyshop Industry Symposium) Conference Director, IBIS and Director, Orbis Business Impact, resides in the UK, and has worked with IBIS in South Africa, Italy, America, Australia, Poland, Middle East and Russia, as well as supporting various events around the world including UK, USA, Canada, Germany, Holland, Denmark, Italy and France.  David will share his broad global perspective at the CCIF Special Event at NACE on the evolving relationship between vehicle manufacturers, OE dealers, repairers and insurers.

He will examine topics such as:

• Where is vehicle technology going?

• Why are OEMs interested in Collision?

• What does this mean for the repair Industry? Opportunity or threat?

• How can Collision Repair facilities win and keep OEM relationships?

For registration visit the CCIF website:

The Canadian Collision Industry Forum (CCIF) provides a national venue for all collision industry stakeholders- collision repairers, suppliers, insurers, associations, OE’s, and educators - to network, share information, and collaborate to develop solutions to common industry issues and challenges.

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