IAAF goes virtual to keep industry connected

Published:  17 June, 2020

The IAAF is taking its Industry Briefing Sessions online and is inviting members to attend ‘Industry Briefing Bitesize’ via Zoom.
Topics covered will include how IAAF is building a consensus against an overall scrappage scheme, championing the aftermarket in a post-Brexit era and, working with FIGIEFA on the Block Exemption renewal.

The first Industry Briefing Bitesize will be held on Thursday 25 June at 10:00 – 11:15.

Steve Carter from Train4Auto Consultancy will explore if the pandemic has hindered or helped sales of electric and hybrid vehicles and members will then be able to take part in an active Q&A to discuss the topic further. An open forum will then follow.

Mike Smallbone, Head of Membership Development at IAAF, said: “This is another exciting development for IAAF. Our regular Industry Briefings are often over-subscribed and so this new platform will allow members the opportunity to find out more about IAAF’s extensive activity and how it relates to their business going forward.”

The next event will take place on Thursday 23 July with Quentin Le Hetet, General Manager of GiPA UK.
Members can register their interest for both events by emailing anns@IAAF.co.uk, who will then send over more information.

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