First IAAF Industry Briefing Session of 2017 fully booked
The IAAF is running a series of 7 Industry Briefing Meetings around the UK during 2017 and is extremely pleased with the interest in the first of these which is to be held at Sales-i in Solihull on Thursday 16th March. This is now fully booked.
The sessions are being headed up by Mike Smallbone, Membership Development Manager, and are designed to keep IAAF members up-to-date on some of the challenges, and opportunities, facing the Independent Automotive Aftermarket. These meetings are free of charge for members and are aimed typically at “middle managers” although they are of course open to any IAAF member employees who might benefit from such a session.
The guest speaker will be Quentin Le Hetet (GIPA UK). Quentin is an aftermarket expert who has managed numerous aftersales market intelligence projects in the UK. He will draw on GiPA’s 30 years international experience in automotive aftersales intelligence to provide insightful analysis of how the industry is moving.
Quentin will be presenting two key topics that are relevant to our industry and its future:
- What will be the impact of extending the MOT period to four years on the UK automotive aftermarket?
- What is the future of parts distribution in the UK?
Further meetings will be held throughout the year, with next one being in Milton Keynes on Thursday 25th May. To book for the second meeting, please email Ann Silvester
at the IAAF.
For more information about this and future meetings, please contact Mike Smallbone directly on 07584 136970 or by email
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