The first ever virtual Finance & Insurance (F&I) Summit takes place on Tuesday, 18 May 2021.
Join hundreds of F&I managers, auto dealers and insurers to learn about the latest trends, opportunities, and regulatory updates within the F&I space.
With the continual implementation of new and revised insurance laws, as well as the need for F&I professionals to maintain their CPD points on an annual basis, event specialists Creative Space Media together with key sponsors National Automobile Dealers’ Association (NADA), Absa, Lightstone Auto, Motorvaps and MiX Telematics are hosting this first ever virtual F&I conference.
Bringing together the best and brightest executives in auto finance and insurance, this event will provide industry stakeholders with up-to-date information, innovative sales techniques, and opportunities to help navigate the year ahead.
The dynamic programme will include local and international experts, leading industry stakeholders, motivational speakers, and highly regarded sales experts.
The event will include a plenary, breakaway sessions and virtual expo with attendance earning delegates up to 8 hours of their total annual required CPD points.
Topics to be discussed include:
Tickets to the F&I Summit cost R 350 excluding VAT which includes full access and log in details to the virtual event, exhibition, and breakaway sessions as well as the allocation and processing of CPD points.
Be in the front row to learn more about how F&I productivity can thrive.
Register here to book your virtual seat: https://form.jotform.com/210732057316549.
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