NARS and Fix head for IBIS
- June 5, 2018
- Posted by: Simon Wait
- Category: IBIS News
The IBIS Global Summit 2018 – themed Challenging Perspectives – will bring together two major collision repair operations from two very different markets from across the world.
During the session ‘Collision repair across the world’, Frank Liu, CEO of Fix Auto China and Michael Wilmshurst, chief executive, Nationwide Accident Repair Services will discuss the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats their respective markets – and beyond – pose.
Moderated by Mark Hadaway, content director, IBIS, the session is sure to create a buzz as two polarised entities share their thoughts on the world of collision repair.
Michael said, ‘As the largest accident repair group in the UK market, the invitation to speak as part of the collision repair sector panel discussion is a welcome opportunity. We will be proud to highlight Nationwide’s UK market model that offers a complete triage and repair solution and I hope that the session will provide useful insight to those in attendance.
‘The event theme of Challenging Perspectives will inevitably encourage discussions about innovation and the technological developments that both challenge and drive our industry forward. Looking towards developing solutions for the future echoes one of our core values at Nationwide – ‘to always look for continuous improvements’.’
The IBIS Global Summit 2018, which takes place on 11-13 June at The Hilton, Munich Park, Germany, is partnered by 3M, AkzoNobel, Audatex, Axalta, Enterprise-Rent-A-Car, Fix Auto and Symach, along with data partner ICDP.
Bookings for the event are still available via the IBIS website or email.