New dates for IBIS Global Summit 2020

New dates for IBIS Global Summit 2020 1

The International Bodyshop Industry Symposium has moved its flagship event – the IBIS Global Summit 2020 – to new dates later in the year to cope with international travel restrictions caused by the coronavirus outbreak.

The 20th edition of the IBIS Global Summit will now take place on 19 and 20 November at Le Méridien in Monaco, the same venue as originally planned for 8-10 June.

“All our delegates will be meeting up face to face in Monaco as we’d planned,” said IBIS CEO Jason Moseley. “Together as a strong IBIS community we’re going to make this a real celebration to remember. Just what we’ll all need to get us back to normal.”

The first day of the event on 19 November will start with lunch followed by conference sessions in the afternoon and a networking event in the evening. Day two will be packed with content and will culminate in a special 20th anniversary evening of celebration.

Further announcements will be published on the IBIS Worldwide website and social media feeds as the organisers evolve the agenda to fit the new dates.

For further information and to find out how to be part of the IBIS Global Summit, contact IBIS head of sales Suzie Scott at suzie@ibisworldwide.com or on +44 (0)7545 068455.

 

Note to editors
Since its inception in 2001, IBIS – the International Bodyshop Industry Symposium – has become firmly established as the leading global conference and networking provider for collision industry leaders and influencers.
The inaugural conference was held at the Celtic Manor Resort Hotel in Wales in 2001 and hosted 120 delegates from 12 countries. Since then, IBIS events have been held at various venues around the world reaching over 1,000 influencers each year with the Global Summit annually attracting over 350 delegates from more than 35 countries.
IBIS continues to spread its world class conferencing in new territories and has recently visited markets across the planet including USA, Ireland, South Africa, Italy, the Middle East, Turkey and China.
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