IAAF breakfast meeting attracts biggest audience to date

Topics covered: ‘connected cars’, new website, Automechanika

IAAF breakfast meeting attracts biggest audience to date
Wendy Williamson, IAAF chief executive, provided members with an update on the federation's latest activity.

Held at specialist training centre, GTG West Midlands in Wolverhampton, the event welcomed a record 30 members.

IAAF chief executive, Wendy Williamson, explained the dangers surrounding the ‘connected car’ and how vehicle manufacturers can use the technology to exploit motorists right to choose.

Williamson also discussed the success of IAAF’s new website, explaining the various member benefits such as the exclusive products and services in the ‘member only’ section.

Looking ahead to 2016, Williamson also summarised IAAF’s plans moving forward, including its presence at a number of trade shows across the country, such as The CV Show and Automechanika, Birmingham.

Williamson said: “It was extremely worthwhile bringing the industry together and updating our members on the threats the aftermarket is facing and IAAF’s latest activity to combat the issues.”

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