March 2022 BodyShop News Australia Webinar To Discuss The Key To Success

BSN Webinar To Discuss The Key To Success In 2022

BodyShop News Australia’s first webinar for the year is titled ‘The Trends Shaping Body Repair In 2022’, where an expert panel will discuss how to successfully approach current and emerging challenges facing the body repair industry. The webinar will take place on 10 March 2022 at 4pm AEDT.

“The Trends Shaping Body Repair In 2022” is brought to you by:

BodyShop News publisher Michel Malik will moderate the sessions which will be panelled by experts in their field. On the panel are:

  • Robert Snook – IBIS conference moderator and CEO of UK body shop MSO MG Cannon, who will provide UK and IBIS insights
  • Dave Luehr – Owner, Elite Bodyshop Solutions USA, who will provide North American insights
  • Carl Bizon – AMA Group CEO and Executive Director, who will provide major Australian repairer views
  • Michael Wentworth – Group CEO at Apprenticeships Are Us, who will provide insight into preparing the technicians of the future

Robert Snook is an award-winning business and team leader who heads a family of multi award winning accident repair centres, approved by 37 vehicle manufacturer brands including Mercedes-Benz, BMW, Tesla, Audi and Volvo.

Dave Luehr is a collision industry expert of more than 30 years’ experience. He is the founder of Elite Body Shop Solutions, an organisation offering “unique and fresh educational” solutions for collision industry professionals seeking a competitive advantage for their businesses. Luehr is also the author of ‘The Secrets of America’s Greatest Body Shops’ and an industry keynote speaker.

Carl Bizon’s career in the manufacturing and automotive industries spans more than 25 years, having held senior executive roles with world leading manufacturing and distribution businesses in various sectors of the automotive industry. He has successfully led global businesses, improving profitability and operational performance along with delivering efficiencies and increasing margins.

Michael Wentworth leads Apprenticeships Are Us, a group training organisation that has provided apprentices to the automotive industry for more than a decade. Working with commonwealth and state governments, registered training organisations and the school system, Apprenticeships R US is at the forefront of addressing the skills shortage in the automotive industry.

To register to attend, click here.