EVENT NEWS: IAAF VIRTUAL CONFERENCE

The Independent Automotive Aftermarket Federation (IAAF) Virtual Conference 2021 will be titled Aftermarket for the Future, as the event looks to address the biggest challenges and opportunities the industry will face in the coming years.

Speaker at the 2019 IAAF Conference. The 2021 event will take place online

2019: IAAF CONFERENCE: WILLIAMSON’S WARNINGS ON BREXIT AND ACCESS TO INFORMATION

Taking place on Thursday 2nd December, the event attracted more than 300 industry personnel at its virtual showing in 2020. This year will be the second time that the event has not been held physically.

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Mark Field, IAAF chief executive, said: “The IAAF Virtual Conference 2021 will reflect the fact that wherever we look, we are counting down towards something very big affecting our sector, whether that be the 2023 Block Exemption Regulation expiry or the 2030 ban on new petrol and diesel vehicles”.

“The conference will examine what our industry might look like on the run-up to such milestones and also what the future will be for the thousands of businesses and employees within our sector.”

More details on the IAAF speaker line-up and registration, will be announced shortly.

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