Successful Kick-off: Digital edition of Collision Talk was a big hit
Around 8,000 partipants joined the web live-stream online on our website and the social media channels of our partners.
The discussion revolved around the pandemic’s impact on the accident repair market. For the first time since the beginning of the coronavirus crisis in Germany, automotive insurers, claims managers, paint manufacturers, associations, experts and company owners joined in a public discussion of COVID-19’s impact on the industry.
Next year the Collision Talk will come back again to Automechanika Frankfurt.
Coming up soon: Videos and workshops in English
For English speaking participants we offer the following videos and workshops with English subtitels which will be available in early October:
- Brake technology by Continental: from hydraulic components to networked systems
- Workshop of Carbon: ‘Accident damage repair’, body & paint, body dent removal techniques
- Robert Bosch: Diagnostic access on vehicles with security gateway of Robert Bosch
Live-streams, videos and talks for German workshops
A total of some 20 free live streams, digital workshops, podcasts and captivating panel discussions are planned from September to November 2020. It all kicks off with ‘Collision talk’ on 10 September, which will be streamed live from the Volkswagen’s Transparent Factory in Dresden.To the programme in German
Automechanika Dubai + Jeddah + Riyadh live workshops
With the help of industry associations and knowledge partners, we’re doing our best to create and deliver industry-relevant, free-to-attend web seminars to automotive aftermarket professionals around the world.Register and view schedule
Automechanika Shanghai offers free live workshops
The recent outbreak of coronavirus has posed tremendous impacts on economic activities at a global scale including in the automotive industry. It also brings drastic changes to our ways of living and doing business. Coping with the changes and reviving businesses are the priorities for all kinds of industries. In order to help the automotive industry to better grasp the market situation, Automechanika Shanghai has organised a series of web seminars, putting together top executives, scholars, specialists and association representatives from different fields to discuss both challenging and positive aspects in the automotive supply chain, shedding light to the future recovery and development of the automotive industry.View Schedule
Live workshops series by Automechanika Birmingham
The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic has forced individuals, businesses and entire industries to adapt to new working practices to stay in business, and the Automotive Aftermarket is no exception. As businesses begin to reopen, this panel discusses what the ‘new normal’ for the UK Aftermarket and its workforce looks like, what challenges remain and what changes are here to stay.Discover now
Live workshops by ACMA Automechanika New Delhi
Panel discussions on Challenges & Opportunities for the automotive aftermarket post COVID-19.Show live workshop