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Friday, 15 January 2021 19:47

NABC Leadership Shares 2021 Outlook

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The new year has arrived in full force, and though many of 2020’s challenges have not yet been completely eradicated, progress occurs daily.

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Just as regular maintenance of your shop’s equipment and facility is critical to keep it functioning well, “maintenance” of your employees is just as important.

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Whether it’s a small shop with two employees or an MSO employing hundreds of people, the pandemic has radically changed employee/employer relationships in many ways with strong leadership now more important than ever.

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With the rapid changes taking place in vehicle technology, training is an important investment that will help every business thrive, according to John Van Alstyne, CEO of I-CAR (Inter-Industry Conference of Auto Collision Repair).

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Mid-sized multi-shop operators (MSOs) recently offered their views on automaker certifications, ADAS challenges, growth perspectives and other topics.

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My father used to tell me there are two types of people in the world---drivers and passengers, participants and observers, those who do and those who don’t. Some folks lead naturally and others are more than content to watch from the sidelines.

Monday, 04 January 2021 19:50

The Rise of the Electric Vehicles

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“Today, electric vehicles are a disruption in the collision repair world. But it won’t be long before they are mainstream… and the collision repair industry has to be ready,” said Frank Terlep, recognized industry leader and founder and CEO of Auto Techcelerators.

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Bill Park, co-founder and board member of Spartan Ventures, said his background is rooted in the auto body repair trade.

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On New Year’s Eve, people typically enjoy reflecting on the ending year, but 2020 has been a little chaotic, to say the least.

During the MSO Symposium in November, Vincent Romans, managing partner of The Romans Group, presented a macro-level view of the evolving U.S. collision repair industry.

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