The Institute of the Motor Industry (IMI) has announced that it is working with ITN Productions to produce a programme.
Due to be premiered at the IMI annual dinner in March 2016, the programme will play an important role for the IMI in shaping the future of motoring, championing motoring professionals, as well as demonstrating the benefits of licensing and professionalism to the public and politicians.
The episode will feature a mix of news items ranging from apprenticeships and the 300 per cent return on investment available to businesses, electric and hybrid cars and the need for up-skilling the workforce to deal with them, the demand for a license to practice for technicians, and a look at what the future holds for the industry worth over £152 billion per year.
Simon Shelley, ITN Productions’ Head of Industry News, said: “ITN Productions is delighted to be partnering with the Institute of the Motor Industry in a very exciting time, where the future is truly upon us.
“We’re excited to embark on this project to engage professionals from the industry and foster a collaborative effort to develop a safe, sustainable and successful industry.”
IMI CEO, Steve Nash, said: “This is an unparalleled opportunity for the IMI to tell the amazing story of the retail motor industry.
“It’s also a tremendous endorsement of the work we have already done to raise the public profile of the sector and to advance the interests of individuals and businesses within it.”
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