Capricorn, Australasia’s largest automotive cooperative, will be hosting Futures Collide II, Australia’s cutting-edge Collision Repairers Conference in Perth and the Gold Coast this August.
Developed by the industry for the industry, the event features specialists sharing their insights on local and international industry issues, product development, technological evolution and current opportunities for the ever-evolving collision repair industry. There will also be plenty of networking sessions, displays and presentations from leading industry suppliers.
Following the success of Australia’s first Futures Collide event in 2019 which attracted over 200 delegates, Capricorn is determined to take the lead in ensuring a stronger technical, training and product support presence for collision repairers in Australia and New Zealand.
“With the sharing of information and networking vital and paramount for industry success, this conference delivers with the inclusion of networking sessions, displays and presentations from leading industry suppliers,” said Brad Gannon, Capricorn’s Chief Executive Officer Automotive.
Featuring acclaimed Collision Repair industry champion, Mike Anderson as keynote speaker and facilitator of focused panel discussions, the event presents a unique opportunity to communicate, engage and access the industry on a national and international level.
Hyundai’s Senior Manager for Future Mobility and Government Relations, Scott Nargar, will also be presenting the future of mobility covering both Electric and Fuel Cell Vehicles.
Futures Collide’s growing list of sponsors includes: Hyundai, Sydney Automotive Paint & Equipment, iBodyshop, Motor Trade Association of Queensland, Motor Trade Association WA, John Hughes Group and Hella Australia. The Perth event will be held on 16 August 2022 at Optus Stadium while the main event will be held in Gold Coast across two days, 19 and 20 August 2022, at Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre.
The event is open to all collision repair industry, non-Capricorn members as well as Capricorn Members and Preferred Suppliers. Sponsorships are still available and will provide invaluable exposure to attendees and the opportunity to support the growth and development of collision repair in Australia.
To find out more about the benefits of joining Australasia’s largest cooperative, Capricorn, visit: www.capricorn.coop.