‘Changing mobility’ session for BE2015
Rupert Pontin, head of valuations, Glass’s will explore the ‘The changing mobility landscape’ as part of the seminar session programme at this year’s bodyshop Event.
With the world of mobility is changing. Economic, societal and technological developments are all influencing the environment in which we, as an industry, operate and every indication is that the speed of evolution is likely to accelerate. So what does it mean for the claims industry? What will the ownership model of the future look like? Will technology truly change the shape of road travel? How will vehicle valuations alter and what influence will this have?
This session aims to provide an insight into the changing mobility landscape and provide an indication of what the future may hold for road travel.
Rupert’s presentation is one of four seminar sessions at this year’s event, which includes yesterday’s announced ‘Generation Y and Digitisation’ address. The remaining two sessions will be revealed over the coming days.
The bodyshop Event and Awards 2015 takes place at the stunning Celtic Manor Resort, Newport on 24-25 September. Make sure you are part of this very special occasion by booking your place now by calling Nicola Keady or Poppy Allard on 01296 642800 or email: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The bodyshop Event and Awards 2015 are sponsored by headline partners AkzoNobel and Enterprise, along with Audatex, AutoFlow, Axalta, BMW, Car-O-Liner, Direct Accident Management, EMACS, Glass’s, Glasurit, IAEA, Indasa, Mirka, NAB, NIBS Group, S&B Automotive Academy, Sikkens Autocoat BT, Thatcham Research, The Trade Parts Specialists, Veetec Motor Group and Vizion.