The IAAF 2019 Conference, which is taking place at the DoubleTree by Hilton in Milton Keynes on 5th December, has now sold out. Due to very high demand, all the places for the event, where the central theme will focus on how technology is transforming the automotive aftermarket, have been filled.
The IAAF will be welcoming a top list of industry speakers to the event, which is being sponsored by automotive aftermarket specialist PR company Impression Communications,and current issues from both the UK and Europe will be explored, highlighting the many changes that are taking place across the industry from a technical, legislative and market perspective.
The agenda will feature some of the industry’s leading names as they gather to share their views on some of these current and future technologies, alongside record breaker, entrepreneur and motivational speaker Richard Noble, OBE, founding Director of The Bloodhound Project and current holder of the World Land Speed Record set in 1983 with the Thrust2 programme.
Wendy Williamson, IAAF chief executive said: “We’re delighted that the Conference has sold out, having secured our line-up for this year’s Conference, which is anticipated to be a very popular one, particularly with the addition of Richard Noble to our roster. His life story is a tale of great struggles and success, and our members will no doubt be gripped by his extraordinary achievements as a pioneering explorer and set-up of the Bloodhound Project. We have a fantastic mix of talks lined up from some excellent speakers, and the audience will be treated to a thoroughly absorbing and enjoyable day.”
“The theme of this year’s Conference will provoke some serious and inspiring thought, the automotive industry has always embraced technological advances but the pace of change has accelerated rapidly over the last few years, thanks to 5G connectivity, the emergence of new lifestyle trends such as car sharing and how responsive transport is transforming our industry sector.”
There are also only a handful of places left for the Dinner which takes place following the Conference. If you haven’t already booked your places, you will need to hurry. A booking form can be downloaded by clicking on the link below.