CCIF Hosts First Virtual Event

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CCIF is hosting its first ever virtual event on October 7-8. Photo: Michel Beaunoyer

On October 7-8, the Canadian Collision Industry Forum (CCIF) witnesses a historic occasion with the hosting of its first-ever virtual event.

With two full days of top-quality industry content and insight in both English and French, the format will include:

  • Working with WIP; Limits to avoid bottlenecks and Improve Production Flow, Knowing and Managing Variables, by Patrick Piche and Tim White (AkzoNobel)
  • Establishing a Capacity Planning EcoSystem at the Service Shop of Your Performance by Charles Aubry (Progi)
  • Pros and Cons of Photo Estimating, Customer Experience and Machine Learning by Elliot Roberts and Marcus Malzone (Solera-Audatex)
  • How to Find Talent for All Opportunities in Our Trade by Fadi Smaidi (Skills Trader)
  • Dealing with Difficult Personalities by Kathryn Peterson (Group Conseil CLE)
  • Return to Prosperity with a Quality Led, Repair First Mindset by Dave Flockhart (Betag Innovation)
  • Repairers Cut Through to the Future by Andrew Marsh (Auto Industry Consulting)

In addition to the seminars, the event will also include a virtual reception as well as a networking and sponsors lounge.

Additionally, the content will be available for three months after the event, providing attendees with ample opportunity to study and apply insight gained at the first-ever virtual CCIF conference.

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Categories : Collision, Editorial
Tags : Event, Virtual

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