IBIS Turkey 2018 delivers dynamic agenda

IBIS Turkey is highly respected by the local sector’s key influencers, bringing together exclusive networking and market-leading content for an intensive one-day conference that educates delegates, provides thought leadership and enables high end knowledge sharing.

This year’s event, supported by headline partners Akzo Nobel and Audatex, will delve into the current issues and challenges faced locally and the respective impacts globally.

IBIS Turkey 2018 will be focusing on key themes: insurance claims efficiency through digitisation, R&D and innovation in claims management, Turkish market situation and effect on collision repair, diversification and innovation in the bodyshop sector to strengthen propositions.

To view the conference agenda please visit – www.ibisworldwide.com.

The day will start with keynote speaker, Ibrahim Aybar, retired CEO and chairman, Renault MAİS A.Ş, talking about ‘the challenges of the Turkish auto market and the future opportunities.’

The event will continue the morning sessions with Frost & Sullivan who will take guests through a Turkish market report’; Okan Utkueri, KoopHub Insurtech Program Lead, explaining ‘the use of insurtech in claims’ and Arnaud Agostini, Solera, discussing the ‘digitisation of the auto repair sector.’

After lunch, the event will continue with the sessions from Andrew Marsh, Auto Industry Consulting talking about ‘advanced vehicle technology’ and Sadik Tunc, aftermarket regional director, BOSCH, discussing the ‘current and future needs of aftermarket repair capability.’

IBIS will round up the day with sessions from Aksigorta insurance overviewing the Turkish market and a final session looking at the trends in the Turkish aftermarket.

The intensive one-day event will conclude with a drinks reception where delegates can network with likeminded individuals to build both new and existing relationships.

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For more information about the event please do not hesitate to contact Poppy Allard at email: [email protected]