Tesla joins Motor Claims Showcase line-up
11th May 2022Tweet
Tesla’s business operations manager – EMEA Body Repair, Craig Plant is the latest addition to the speaker line-up for the ILC/ARC360 Motor Claims Showcase event taking place on 29 June at the CBS Arena, Coventry.
The inaugural showcase event – headline sponsored by Enterprise – will see Craig join fellow panellists:
- Neil Bayton, head of partnerships – UK, Trustpilot
- Gill Nowell, head of Electric Vehicles, ElectriX
- Natalie Spurrier, technical claims director, The AA
- Dave Sargeant, managing director, Gemini Accident Repair Centres
to discuss the future of motor claims from FNOL to fulfillment. The session will explore a multitude of factors already and increasingly set to influence the sector such as social trends; technological advancements; environmental commitments; people requirements and much more.
Mark Hadaway, managing director of ILC and co-founder of ARC360 said, “We are thrilled to have such an influential and diverse line-up of businesses committed to this session exploring the future of motor claims.
“It serves to highlight just how rapidly the motor claims sector is evolving influenced by household brands alongside names more familiar to our sector.”
The full day’s agenda includes a host of other keynote sessions; a Partner Showcase stage with sessions hosted by Enterprise, Innovation Group and Solera Audatex amongst others; an ILC first ‘next generation’ meet and greet session; as well as a fully immersive exhibition arena.
Visitors can choose to spend the day as they wish with networking opportunity also in plentiful supply.
The event will host more than 400 key persons of influence from across the claims sector representing insurers, claims management companies, repairers, along with a host of product, equipment and service suppliers.Tweet