AutoRaise has formed a strategic relationship with I Love Claims (ILC); an industry leading company that keeps the claims industry and its supply chain in touch with new ideas and promotes the creation of profitable business partnerships.
The partnership is designed to benefit each company and in turn the companies affiliated to AutoRaise and ILC.
As an initial benefit to bodyshops who support the AutoRaise charity, a discounted price is being offered to attend the forthcoming I Love Claims Motor Conference on Tuesday 19 June 2018.
AutoRaise has negotiated a circa 35% discount per person - now £150*p/p instead of the published rate of £235 (*plus VAT).
To book your place at the discounted rate, simply apply the following code AR18 when booking via the http://www.iloveclaims.com/events/9th-motor-claims-conference/
Conference topics include:
- What is the future of motor car? How intelligent will it be? Will future blame lie with the driver or the technology?
- How automated and high-tech is the car repair business of the future?
- InsureTech/ClaimsTech - what are the best start-ups doing?
- Who are companies of today shaping the motor claims industry of tomorrow?
- What is the future of motor insurance? How different will it be from today?
- Three years after reforms to address the UK's compensation culture for personal injury, has the government addressed the underlying problems?
Mark Bull, Head of Engagement – Business at AutoRaise, said, "I'm delighted that AutoRaise and I Love Claims have formed a strategic relationship. Having worked with ILC since its inception, it's a credit to Chris and the team to see how the ILC influence and kudos has grown and AutoRaise welcomes the opportunity to speak at the forthcoming conference in front repairers who take advantage of the agreed discount and delegates from motor insurance claims and the associated supply chain."
There will also be a session on addressing the body repair skills crisis – with Bob Linwood, AutoRaise CEO, confirmed as a speaker, plus there will be excellent networking opportunities, so you are urged to reserve your place(s) as soon as possible to avoid disappointment. Over 400 motor claims professionals will be at the Ricoh Arena in June. They include CEOs, Managing Directors, Finance Directors, Claims Directors, Claims Managers and Loss Adjustors.
Decision-makers who represent important parts of the supply chain: Insurance Companies, Accident Management Companies, Brokers, Vehicle Repairers, Legal Firms, Paint & Plant Suppliers and Medical-Legal Providers. To view the key speakers, find out more about the Conference and to book your place, please visit: http://www.iloveclaims.com/events/9th-motor-claims-conference/
Chris Ashworth, ILC Founder & Chairman, said, "As we know, bodyshop repair expertise is an essential part of claims supply process and our partnership with AutoRaise re-affirms our commitment to highlighting and debating some of the issues this sector faces. With so many insurers and claims managers attending, the ILC Motor Claims Conference is one of the best places to do this. I look forward to personally welcoming those bodyshops who support AutoRaise."
Bob Linwood, CEO, AutoRaise, said, "In our quest to engage with as many parts of the vehicle repair industry as we possibly can, forming this association with ILC is an important step for AutoRaise and we welcome the opportunity to work with Chris and the ILC team. The claims world will now have a better opportunity to learn about the skills crisis that their repairer networks are wrestling with, understand what the AutoRaise charity is doing to address this and hopefully engage with us to ensure the whole of our industry is joined up in making positive change and creating new opportunities for young people."
It's essential that the industry gets behind addressing the skills shortage, whether it be taking on new apprentices, hosting Industry Showcase Events or simply helping to spread the word.