Fix Network’s National Conference concludes on a high note

Industry experts, academia, government authorities and technology leaders descend on Quebec City to address industry issues.

BLAINVILLE (Quebec) October 4, 2022: Fix Network successfully concluded its two-day national conference, titled “One Family One Vision”, with a clarion call to address the crucial issues currently affecting the aftermarket industry.

Held in Quebec City from September 29-30, the conference brought together more than 500 participants, including high-level government officials, private sector representatives, industry associations, academia, media, and civil society, to explore the collaborative opportunities and pertinent challenges impacting the automotive aftermarket industry. 

Current industry issues such as changing automotive technologies, talent recruitment and retention, achieving operational excellence, the importance of certification, and the latest social media marketing trends in the spotlight. Football legend and motivational speaker Etienne Boulay used his personal experiences to motivate the attendees on how they could achieve their best.

Featured keynote speeches included leading artificial intelligence expert Hod Lipson; OE certification authority Nicole Woerner; Ryan Mandell, Director at Mitchell, and Fix Network World’s Global Vice President of Human Resources Debbie McCarthy, among others. Another interesting highlight was a panel discussion between experts on how the aftermarket industry could look at attracting, recruiting and retaining the best talents in their workforce.

“Fix Network’s national conference was an important opportunity for all our stakeholders to take a real and honest look at issues that affect our industry with the objective of identifying actionable solutions,” Sylvain Seguin, president of Fix Network (Canada), said. “Interactions such as these will play a pivotal role in creating opportunities for closer cooperation and building the framework that can insulate our industry from any economic uncertainty.”

The power of meeting in person was plain to see as delegates were visibly happy to be able to reconnect after a long period apart, and network, learn and share ideas. “The energy at the sessions was unmatched,” Sylvain said. “With the advent of new automotive technologies, the aftermarket landscape, as we know it, will be rewritten completely. This will bring new opportunities and challenges for our industry, unlocking the next level of interaction and engagement across the Network.”

A silent auction was also held on the sidelines of Fix Network’s National Conference, with attendees raising $115,564 to benefit Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC) for families with sick children.

ABOUT PROCOLOR COLLISION

ProColor Collision joined Fix Network, a global leader in the automotive aftermarket services sector, in 2019. Its mission is to be the collision repair leader in Canada by offering an outstanding customer experience across its vast network of state-of-the-art facilities. ProColor was launched in 2001 with the goal to offer quality repairs, meticulous customer service and a relationship of trust with insurance companies. With 175 locations in Canada and growing, ProColor Collision is a top contender for collision repair network of choice.

ABOUT FIX NETWORK WORLD

Fix Network World is a global leader in the automotive aftermarket services sector, consisting of Fix Auto, NOVUS Glass, ProColor Collision, Speedy Auto Service and SRP brands. Each of our locally owned and operated collision, glass and mechanical repair facilities offer hassle-free vehicle care and services. Our company and our network continue to grow nationally and globally, thanks to a solid foundation based on entrepreneurship and innovation. With over 2,000 points of service around the world, Fix Network is the premier global automotive aftermarket services solution.

MEDIA CONTACT

Ed D’Mello
Manager, Communications and Public Relations
Fix Network World
[email protected]

A silent auction was also held on the sidelines of Fix Network’s National Conference, with attendees raising $115,564 to benefit RMHC for families with sick children.
A silent auction was also held on the sidelines of Fix Network’s National Conference, with attendees raising $115,564 to benefit RMHC for families with sick children.
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