Further developments for IBIS
The IBIS Global Summit 2015 will, for the first time, include commercial breaks – giving delegates a chance to learn about the IBIS partners.
Taking place before the refreshment and lunch times, commercial breaks will see partners presenting themselves in unique and interesting ways in just 120 seconds. The participating partners will be announced shortly but there are already videos being created for this exciting new initiative.
The commercial breaks are part of 2015’s theme ‘Evolution through Collaboration’, aiming to give the conference sponsors an opportunity to enhance the delegates’ experience of IBIS. All businesses have importance in the global collision repair market and, through collaboration, each industry stakeholder has the potential to improve and grow. The IBIS partners: 3M, AkzoNobel, Audatex, Axalta, Chief, EMM, Enterprise and Fix Auto World, are hand-picked in order to bring the most value to delegates.
The theme is obviously key to the independent conference content with speakers discussing a variety of topics which not only promotes the benefits of a cross-industry collaborative approach to business but also advocates IBIS’s core message of safety, skills and raising standards. Soon to be announced is a brand new concept for IBIS, promoting the collision industry’s finest aspects across the globe.
IBIS is looking for interested parties, especially those from the insurance and vehicle manufacturer sectors to be part of this new initiative and can offer 20% discount to eligible delegates.
The conference is set to be another sell out, with over 350 delegates expected to descend on the brand new venue – the Hilton Athens on 27-29 May. To secure your place at the collision repair industry’s greatest event, get in touch with Nicola Keady today by email: email@example.com, call 00 44 1296 642826 or visit our website: www.ibisworldwide.com.
The standard delegate rate of £1,795 includes full access to the Welcome Party on 27 May, for informal networking in a relaxed environment; the full day’s conference, including lunch and breaks, on 28 May; the International Dinner, the height of sophistication, on the evening of 28 May; as well as the final half day’s conference and delegates’ lunch on 29 May. The price also includes two nights’ accommodation (27 and 28 May) at the five-star Hilton Athens.