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Consolidation and Growth Opportunities in the Collision Industry


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The collision industry is rapidly consolidating globally. Join Brad Mewes in Detroit on November 17th as he discusses consolidation trends and growth opportunities in the industry. Understand the role of private equity and public investors in the industry. Discover how your business can better compete against the large consolidators in the industry.

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Consolidation and Growth Opportunities in the Collision Industry

  1. 1. I N D U S T R Y E V E N T BASF cordially invites you to attend an informational industry event on November 17, 2015. Listen to the latest updates on Glasurit, R-M and Limco, and learn more about APS, OEM news, and other topics of interest. Special guest speaker, Brad Mewes, will give a presentation later in the evening. November 17, 2015 - 3:45 p.m. - 10:00 p.m. E V E N T L O C AT I O N BASF Automotive Campus - CRC Building Atrium 26701 Telegraph Rd., Southfield, MI, 48033 T I M E A N D D AT E O F E V E N T S Please RSVP to Leanne Valentine | (248) 914-0339 | AD3895
  2. 2. G U E S T S P E A K E R - B R A D M E W E S Brad helps businesses become more valuable using the tools of corporate finance. He does that by helping companies grow via acquisitions, helping companies sell strategically to maximize value, and by providing outsourced corporate finance and CFO functions. He has been featured in publications globally including ABRN, Driving Sales News, Aftermarket Business World, Repairer Driven News, Ratchet + Wrench, Australasian Paint and Panel and Motor China Magazine. Prior to founding Supplement, Brad spent nearly two decades in collision repair. He also held roles as an equity analyst as well as a management consultant. He received an MBA from UC Irvine (where he graduated top 10% of his class) and an undergraduate degree in Economics from The George Washington University in Washington DC. You can sign up to receive Brad’s weekly insights at