Mike Anderson to Keynote 2023 PBES Conference
Anderson will share updates on the current PBE industry and also reveal results from his “Who Pays for What?” survey.
Mike Anderson Asks Shops to Change How They Compete
Anderson spoke at the recent Southeast Collision Conference in a presentation titled, “Grow Your Team, Grow Your People, and Change the Way You Compete”.
Mike Anderson to Offer Free Seminar at NORTHEAST 2021
Anderson will team up with Jake Rodenroth to present, “It’s Not Just About DTCs: Overview of Calibrations” on Friday, Sept. 10.
RDA to Host COVID-19 Webinar with Mike Anderson
Titled “Navigating the Future with COVID-19,” the webinar will take place July 1, 2020 at 2 p.m. EDT.
Mike Anderson to Host Webinar on Technology
The next CIECAst webinar will feature Mike Anderson presenting, “Utilizing Technology to Thrive and Not Just Survive in 2020.”
Mike Anderson Debuts Scanning, Negotiations Course at NORTHEAST
Anderson’s new seminar was designed to address shops’ complaints about insurers not paying for pre- and post-repair scans.
Mike Anderson to Host CIECA Webinar
During his one-hour live broadcast, Anderson will share some insights as to what the future holds regarding the role telematics and connected vehicles will play in the collision repair industry.
Mike Anderson to Offer Free Webinar on Volkswagen Repair Procedures
Mike Anderson of Collision Advice is resuming his series of free “Learn to Research, Research to Learn” webinars with a new session focused on Volkswagen’s “erWin” information system that will take place on Thursday, Sept. 27, at 2 p.m. EST.
Mike Anderson to Offer Follow-up Webinar on Nissan/Infiniti OEM Information
Anderson’s free “Learn to Research, Research to Learn” webinar on May 24 will be a follow-up to the previous month’s session, offering even more insights into obtaining technical repair information for Nissan and Infiniti vehicles.
Alliance of Automotive Service Providers of New Jersey Announces Schedule of Training Seminars for 2018
“The sessions will feature content in a variety of the most relevant topics in the collision repair industry, offering attendees countless opportunities to become more knowledgeable business owners moving forward,” the alliance said in a news release.
More Auto Body Shops Using Materials Invoicing Systems: ‘Who Pays for What?’ Survey
Although the majority of shops are still using a simple calculation of dollars-per-refinish-hour to bill for refinish materials on estimates, the first “Who Pays for What?” survey of 2018 found that the percentage of shops using materials invoicing systems to calculate these charges has increased.
Automotive Service Association Releases Updates to ‘Not-Included Operations’ Charts
The resources are available for free to the industry and designed to ensure collision repairers consider all of the possible operations when they write an estimate.