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CCIF Toronto 2020 – 30-31 janvier
janvier 30, 2020 - janvier 31, 2020
The International Centre – Hall 5
6900 Airport Rd.
(événement en anglais seulement)
Détails de l’événement
Vitrine : Jeudi 30 janvier 2020 : 4pm-10pm
Vitrine : Vendredi 31 janvier 2020 : 7am-8:30am & 12pm-1:30pm
Download the Exhibitor Floor Plan
Séminaire : Jeudi 30 janvier 2020 : 4pm-7pm (reservation required)
Réception : Jeudi 30 janvier 2020 : 6pm-10pm
Déjeuner et inscription : Vendredi 31 janvier 2020 : 7am-8:30am
Réunion : Vendredi 31 janvier 2020 : 8:30am-3:30pm
Une navette sera disponible entre le Hilton Toronto Airport Hotel & Suites et le Toronto International Centre :
• Jeudi 30 janvier de 8am à 11pm
• Vendredi, 31 janvier de 6:30am à 8:15am
• Vendredi, 31 janvier de 3:30pm à 4:30pm
En collaboration avec WestJet, le CCIF est heureux d’offrir aux délégués une réduction de 5 % sur les tarifs Écono* et de 10 % sur les tarifs ÉconoFlex et Privilège pour les trajets au Canada et de 2 %, 5 % et 10 % respectivement sur les tarifs de base Écono*, ÉconoFlex et Privilège pour les trajets transfrontaliers. Pour profiter de cette offre, prière d’utiliser le code de réduction ci-dessous lors de la réservation.
Dates des vols : du 24 janvier 2020 au 6 février 2020
Code coupon (*no de coupon Web) : Y6FP0QF
Code promo (*agent de voyage, SDM ) : WGC19
Paul Prochilo – Opening Remarks
Patrice Marcil – Industry-Education Connection Project Update
Jason Moseley – A World of Opportunity – Insights from the global collision repair industry
Craig Dowden – What Makes People Tick?
Daniel Chudy – Test your Knowledge
Justin Jakubiak – Law and Liability of Repair
Steve Trapp – Make More Money: Optimizing Gross Profit
Daniel Chudy – Test your Knowledge
|7:00 a.m.||Registration, Breakfast and Showcase|
|8:30 a.m.||Caroline Lacasse, CCIF Director|
|8:45 a.m.||Paul Prochilo, Simplicity Car Care and CCIF Chair|
|9:00 a.m.||Patrice Marcil, Axalta Coating Systems and past CCIF Chair|
|Industry-Education Connection project update|
|9:15 a.m.||Jason Moseley, International Bodyshop Industry Symposium|
|A World of Opportunity – Insights from the global collision repair industry|
|10:15 a.m.||Networking Break and Showcase|
|10:45 a.m.||Daniel Chudy, Centennial College|
|Test your Knowledge|
|11:00 a.m.||Craig Dowden PhD, Craig Dowden and Associates|
|What Makes People Tick?|
|12:00 p.m.||Lunch, Networking and Showcase|
|1:30 p.m.||Justin Jakubiak, Fogler and Rubinoff|
|Law and Liability of Repair|
|2:15 p.m.||Steve Trapp, Axalta Coating Systems|
|Make More Money: Optimizing Gross Profit|
|3:15 p.m.||Daniel Chudy, Centennial College|
|Test your Knowledge|
|3:25 p.m.||Paul Prochilo, Simplicity Car Care and CCIF Chair|
|3:30 p.m.||Meeting Closing|
Registrants for CCIF Toronto 2020 may attend our CCIF Business Development Series Workshop on Thursday, January 30, 2020 from 4pm to 7pm for free, but MUST reserve your spot at the workshop by emailing email@example.com. Spaces are limited!
Make More Money: Optimize Gross Profit
by Steve Trapp, Axalta Coating Systems
This workshop is an overview of how to optimize gross profit on a “Drive for 45% gross profit.” We will spend some time reviewing weighted gross profit and the key drivers of sales mix and per department gross profit. We will highlight the key moments of truth to drive the results. We will then delve into how to drive sales mix and optimal sales performance to include discussion on things like repairing plastics. We will also review the drivers of costs and their impact on profitability. Finally, we will review the pre-closing and closing review of the process.
If you want to attend the workshop only, email a request to firstname.lastname@example.org ($100 per participant)
Jason is the IBIS CEO. His vision and mission are to grow the IBIS brand globally and continue to expand IBIS as the leading thought-leadership organisation for the worldwide collision repair market. He also takes a very active role in many of the IBIS conferences as the conference director. Previously Jason was a Board Director at the Retail Motor Industry Federation heading up the collision repair division. Prior to that he spent six years at Solera in a senior global role, developing and deploying core data and product solutions to the various Audatex markets. Before joining Solera, Jason was Chief Operating Officer at Thatcham (The Motor Insurance Repair Research Centre), where he established the first UK market parts certification programme, bringing quality and transparency to the sector. In 2006, he was the industry driver of the UK´s highly regarded repair standard and the associated implementation of the assessment scheme, that continues to be the benchmark. This culminated in Jason receiving the 2007 Collision Industry outstanding achievement award. In 2010, his team launched a new interactive online repair and maintenance data solution for bodyshops and garages. He has sat as a non-executive director on a number of boards and particularly enjoyed his time with the Institute of the Motor Industry Awards Board, focusing on raising skills and recognition of individuals in the automotive aftermarket. Jason holds a Bachelor of Engineering Honours Degree and has also held senior positions in various global automotive first tier supplier businesses. In his spare time Jason likes to play tennis and cycle as well as enjoy time with his family.
Craig Dowden (Ph.D.) is an executive coach and award-winning keynote speaker who is passionate about supporting his clients in achieving leadership and organizational excellence by leveraging the science of peak performance. His first book Do Good to Lead Well – The Science and Practice of Positive Leadership was published by Forbes in February 2019 and achieved best-seller status on Amazon. Craig is a Charter Member of ForbesSpeakers, an elite group of 20 individuals from around the world to achieve this designation and is a regular contributor to Forbes.com on positive leadership. Craig is also the Chief Leadership Officer (CLO) of Keynote Search, an award-winning firm that supports their clients in their quest to Find, Fit, and Retain business-critical talent. Backed by leading AI technology, codified processes, dedicated executive coaching, and onboarding support, Keynote Search maximizes the potential success of your next hire.
Steve, the son of a family of body shop owners, is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin in Economics with a minor in accounting. He started his career in the collision industry with 3M with the ARM$ program. He then started North America’s first value added program and first 20-groups with a standard chart of accounts. He moved into shop operations with ABRA Auto Body and Glass as a Vice President. 11 years ago he joined DuPont / Axalta and has helped write their management training curriculum, develop innovative e-Learning modules, refined their performance management tool, and other services. He currently manages 9 Strategic Account Managers in the US and all of Canada, who provide account guidance for Axalta’s largest customers.
Justin Jakubiak is a partner with Fogler, Rubinoff LLP and is certified by the Law Society of Ontario as a specialist in Civil Litigation. He is one of the few Ontario lawyers whose practice focuses on automotive and dealership law, with a long history of working for dealerships, repairers and mechanics throughout the province. Jakubiak’s experience, developed over the course of 15 years, together with the support of a full service law firm, allows him to assist clients with a wide range of matters, including: licensing, litigation, compliance audits, business and financing agreements, mergers, acquisitions, commercial leasing and more. With a client centred approach, Jakubiak is dedicated to providing efficient and cost effective solutions, with the goal of creating long lasting and meaningful business relationships.
Daniel is an Autobody and Collision Damage repairer and Automotive Painter.
For more than 10 years he has been a professor at the School of Transportation, Centennial College.
He is also a world Skills Canadian expert in Autobody Repair, NTC Skills Canada Car Painting, and Technical Chair for Skills Ontario – Automotive Painting.
L’inscription comprend la vitrine, la réception du jeudi, les hors-d’œuvre et les stations de nourritures, ainsi que la réunion du vendredi du CCIF, le déjeuner et le diner. Les badges nominatifs seront disponibles sur place au bureau des inscriptions à partir de 16h le jeudi 30 janvier et à 7h le vendredi 31 janvier.
Les frais d’inscription anticipée de 159 $ sont en vigueur jusqu’au vendredi 27 décembre à minuit (HNE).
Les frais d’inscription à partir du 28 décembre seront de 179 $. La préinscription est obligatoire. Veuillez noter qu’il n’y aura aucun remboursement après le 19 janvier. Veuillez contacter email@example.com pour plus d’informations ou si vous rencontrez des problèmes lors de votre inscription.
Registration is closed. See you in Toronto!
Hilton Toronto Airport Hotel & Suites
5875 Airport Road
Mississauga, Ontario L4V 1N1
$169 CAD per night