New date for IBISTV Global Summit

With its best laid plans, the IBIS (International Bodyshop Industry Symposium) team was approaching the final stages of preparation for the launch of IBISTV Global Summit on 19 November.

With the impending second wave coronavirus lockdown in England due to last for one month from 5 November, it is no longer possible to build a physical television studio from which to stream the programme live.

Not wishing to change or cancel the fantastic televisual line-up IBIS has in store for its viewers, the decision has been taken to postpone the broadcast to Thursday 17 December.

IBIS will be contacting all its current registrants with a view to honouring their bookings for the new date.

IBIS is very grateful to its sponsoring partners and the IBISTV Global Summit steering group for their flexibility and support in enabling it to make all the arrangements for the new date. 

The virtual IBIS production team, the presenters and all those involved in producing the programme are looking forward immensely to connecting with its global television audience on 17 December.

Further communications will appear on the IBIS website and social media feeds over the coming weeks.

To book a place or explore sponsorship opportunities for IBISTV Global Summit, please contact IBIS head of sales, Suzie Scott at [email protected].

Note to editors

Since its inception in 2001, IBIS – the International Bodyshop Industry Symposium – has become firmly established as the leading global conference and networking provider for collision industry leaders and influencers. 

The inaugural conference was held at the Celtic Manor Resort Hotel in Wales in 2001 and hosted 120 delegates from 12 countries. Since then, IBIS events have been held at various venues around the world reaching more than 1,000 influencers each year with the Global Summit annually attracting over 350 delegates from more than 35 countries.

IBIS continues to spread its world-class conferencing in new territories and has recently visited markets across the planet including USA, Ireland, South Africa, Italy, the Middle East, Turkey and China.