First IAAF network meeting looks get the aftermarket LinkedIn

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IAAF LogoThe Independent Automotive Aftermarket Federation (IAAF) is gearing up for its first in a series of network meetings.

The event on March 25 at First Line’s headquarters in Banbury, is designed to bring the aftermarket closer together and is open to all IAAF members, with the first meeting focusing on being successful with social media.

LinkedIn expert Adam Petford will be the first guest speaker, explaining how the social media website can be an effective tool to generate business leads for the aftermarket.

Brian Spratt, Chief Executive of the IAAF, said: “We’ve been keen to launch network meetings for some time now and believe the right format to deliver an informative and engaging experience for members. These meetings are open to every IAAF member without restriction.”

The breakfast briefing is free to all members, however the IAAF are urging all interested parties to register by emailing Ann Silvester – AnnS@iaaf.co.uk.

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