Attend This Auto Glass Week Seminar to Learn What Is Changing at NAGS

Mitchell’s NAGS and its List Pricing and methodologies have been in the news this past year. You’ll hear from a top executive at Mitchell (NAGS parent) during Auto Glass Week™ about what happened, what is changing and what the future will bring.

Friday, October 6
9:00 a.m. – 9:30 a.m.
NAGS Update

John Gilmartin

The instructor is John Gilmartin, senior vice president of the auto physical damage division and operations for Mitchell International Inc., parent company of NAGS.

Gilmartin joined Mitchell International Inc. in 1995. He and his team provide technical support and total loss services to the company’s customers and partners in North America. He also leads the editorial systems and content development organization, which is responsible for creating and delivering the vehicle information for all of Mitchell’s Auto Physical Damage products.

Prior to his current role, Gilmartin was responsible for global market development for Mitchell International, where he led the company’s investment into GT Motive, a Spanish-based company doing business in 24 European countries. He also led numerous other business development pursuits throughout Europe and Asia. During this same period, he also was the deputy general manager of GT Motive, helping to lead and manage product, project, and marketing activities in Europe, while living part time in Madrid. Gilmartin is the general secretary of the board of directors for GT Motive.

Auto Glass Week is just around the bend. Don’t miss this opportunity to spend three days watching action-packed competitions, talking with the best companies and networking with your peers. It will be held October 4-6. Onsite registration is available in the foyer of Hall A in the Palm Beach County Convention Center in West Palm Beach, Fla.

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