The Future is in Focus at ARC360’s conference
12th October 2021Tweet
What the past means for the future of the incident repair sector will be the focus of ARC360’s ‘Future in Focus’ conference at The British Motor Museum on 25 November 2021. Click here to book your place now.
Key persons of influence from across the sector will join the event which will seek to unravel if the incident repair sector is now in a completely new world or if the past still provides some meaning for the future.
Divided into a series of highly engaging sessions, the conference will feature panel debates, future industry forecasts and a keynote interviews with some of the industry’s leading names.
The event will also be an opportunity for delegates to network with colleagues and find out more about the latest products and services with an exhibition space.
Mark Hadaway, ARC360 co-founder, said, “We’re really excited to be making a return to physical events with ARC360 to complement our digital portfolio of webinARCs, On Demand shows, podcasts and curated content.
“November’s conference will allow us a great opportunity to continue with our highly engaging and open approach to supporting the industry in being ‘better tomorrow’.”
ARC360 events bring together a pro-active community of business owners; CEOs; claims directors/managers; engineers; managing directors; network managers; and investors – representing key elements of the supply chain – accident management companies; education and training providers; insurers; outsourced solution providers; suppliers; vehicle manufacturers; and vehicle repairers.
ARC360, in association with I Love Claims, is supported by corporate partners BASF, BMS, Copart, EMACS, Entegral, Enterprise Rent-a-Car, Innovation Group, Mirka, Nationwide Vehicle Recovery Assistance, S&G Response, Sherwin Williams and CAPS; partners asTech, The Green Parts Specialists, Indasa and Prasco UK.
Book your tickets or enquire about sponsorship opportunities here: https://www.iloveclaims.com/product/arc360-back-to-the-future/Tweet