The Independent Automotive Aftermarket Federation will advise visitors about ‘How to survive and thrive – post Brexit’ at its annual conference.
The IAAF’s event will be hosted by the BBC’s chief political correspondent John Sergeant at the ICC in Birmingham on December 15th.
Delegates will aim to to highlight the main changes from a technical, legislative and market perspective and consider what opportunities there are for the future.
Alison Martin of DVSA will address guests on issues surrounding the UK’s approach to vehicle safety defects and recalls; Iain O’Brien, of Triple Wood Associates, will speak about the importance of cyber security and the threats businesses face, as well as the opportunities to invest; and the latest technical threats emerging from the UK and Europe will be addressed by Neil Pattemore from Figiefa.
Wendy Williamson, IAAF chief executive, said: “We will provide an insight into how the Brexit decision will affect the UK automotive aftermarket and whether it will be the key influencer within the marketplace over the next few years.
“We will also explore the development of the connected car and the role it will play in our industry.
“With our industry becoming increasingly technologically driven, we will look at how we can embrace this form of growth and maintain our relevance within the automotive sphere.”
The IAAF Annual Awards and Dinner will follow the conference at the ICC.
Wendy Williamson IAAF Chief Executive speaking at 2015 IAAF Conference