First IAAF network meeting declared a success

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Independent Automotive Aftermarket Federation has heralded its first network meeting a success.

The new series, available to IAAF members, was described as excellent, very informative and thought-provoking by the 30 attendees.

The venue was at First Line’s headquarters in Banbury, with Adam Petford, a leading LinkedIn trainer, giving his insight into how the aftermarket can profile and approach potential business contacts through the social media tool.

Brian Spratt, Chief Executive of the IAAF, said: “These member network meetings are designed to bring the membership close together and deliver information conducive to the running of their aftermarket businesses. This marks the start of many successful future network meetings led

by IAAF.”

Dates and subjects for the future network meetings will be released shortly.

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