Save $100 More Off Early Bird Rates for Auto Intel Summit 2020 through End of Year
If you are anything like me and the team at the Auto Intelligence Summit, then you like to plan ahead. We get it. And that’s why we are launching registration for this spring’s Auto Intel Summit 2020 before the ball drops on a new year and a new decade.
Yep, that’s right — we know many of you want to get a head start on planning your year before you are toasting to the New Year!
Registration is open for AIS 2020, April 14-16 in Raleigh, N.C., and you early — really early — folks will be saving $100 more off Early Bird rates. This special rate to close out 2019 ends on Dec. 31, so make sure to reserve your spot before the holiday madness begins (and you forget your own name, let along what you’ll be doing in April).
Take advantage of the rate open today though the end of the year, and you save a total of $500 off on-site registration for AIS 2020.
So, what’s in store for 2020 attendees? Our Call for Speakers for AIS 2020 opened last month, and the team at AIS can’t wait to start forming next year’s agenda.
But in the meantime, here are a few notes, links and highlights to give you a taste of what Auto Intel Summit attendees will be privy to come April at the Marriott Crabtree Valley in North Carolina’s capitol city:
- A star-studded attendee list: Our public attendee list from 2019 offers an insiders look at the makeup of AIS 2020, including name, company and title of attendees, spanning the auto industry’s leading companies, OEMs, fintech startups, digital retailing front-runners and more. An exclusive, password protected version of this list is also provided to attendees post-event, including contact information to expand your networking opportunities.
- Expert speakers: Last year, AIS welcomed over 50 speakers, including leaders from legacy companies such as Deloitte and EY, as well as new innovators like digital retailing companies MotoInsight and CarNow. This year, once again, AIS will invite leaders in fintech, digital retailing, mobility, connectivity and more, to the stage in April.
- Relevant presentations, focused on key trends: Now you’ve taken a look at the type of speakers that make it to onto the AIS agenda. But do you need a taste of the content to make that big decision to register? See here for presentations from the 2019 event, covering topics like AI in auto loans and collections, mobility services, the value of data analytics, the evolution of the auto consumer and more!
- New programs designed to drive innovation: Last year, at AIS, we launched the Emerging 8 program, implemented by AIS and sister publication the Auto Fin Journal, and designed to honor new companies that aim to improve a specific aspect or aspects of the auto-financing process through technology. The honorees are required to be in the early growth phases and making waves in the fintech industry. The 2020 group will be recognized once again at AIS 2020, and the team has other new offerings in store for attendees, as well!
Stay tuned to www.autointelsummit.com as we reveal more about the fresh offerings at AIS 2020, and look forward to kicking off a new decade of auto innovation.
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