|NACE 2012 to debut virtual 20 group concept|
|News - Collision Repair|
|Friday, 05 October 2012 12:58|
Dallas, Texas -- October 5, 2012 -- Sharing best practices has long been a goal of industry 20 groups, but a new program is promising to take it to the next level.
Twenty 2.0 – Peer Benchmarking – will debut next week in New Orleans, La., during Automotive Service & Repair Week. ASRW is comprised of two events: NACE, geared towards collision repair professionsl, and CARS, designed for the service and mechanical repair side of the business.
Twenty 2.0 is scheduled for Friday, Oct. 12 from 12:00 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. Registration is available online or onsite for $85.
Twenty 2.0 is a peer benchmarking/virtual 20 group concept, applicable to both mechanical service/repair and collision repair shop owners focused on doing “the job at the top.” This 90-minute session, led by ASRW keynote speaker Dick Cross, begins with a half hour introductory session, followed by an hour-long breakout session. All participants will have the opportunity to enroll in the formal (ongoing) Twenty 2.0 virtual 20 group at the conclusion of this session.
Dick Cross is the author of “Just Run It! Running an Exceptional Business is Easier Than You Think.” He has worked for more than 25 years transforming companies into industry powerhouses. He has specific automotive industry experience as well, having advised automotive retailers and serving as CEO of CARSTAR U.S.
“Shop owners interested in obtaining the value of participating in a 20 group process with a non-traditional time or financial investment won’t want to miss this unique session,” said ASA president Ron Pyle. “We’ve taken the 20 group concept and upgraded it to the digital age. Participants who formally enroll will receive all the benefits of belonging to a 20 group, with a virtual twist.”
For more information on NACE, please visit naceexpo.com.
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