Happy New Year from the team at the Auto Intel Summit! Hopefully the holiday food coma has worn off, and the transition back to slowly checking emails and catching up on work hasn’t been too tedious.
Here’s to a joyful, prosperous year — and a new decade!
As we kick off 2020, many in the industry are busy planning their full year, their business trips and/or their often-hectic travel schedules for the spring.
Save $400 with Early Bird Registration for the Auto Intel Summit 2020.
That’s why we want to make sure AIS 2020 is on your radar— the third year of the event focused on innovation in auto, which has moved from July to April, this year.
The event will once again be held at the Crabtree Valley Marriott in Raleigh, N.C. And you can go ahead and get the event on your calendar, since Early Bird Registration is already open!
The early rate will save you a significant $400 off of on-site registration.
Respond to the AIS 2020 Call for Speakers before it closes on Jan. 31!
Last year, over 230 leaders in the auto industry gathered to discuss the latest info on AIS core topics, compliance regulations, connectivity, mobility, digital retail, predictive analytics, investing + M&A, fintech solutions and economic forecast.
Digital retailing and the latest in fintech were the overarching themes of our 2019 event, and will once again be front and center in 2020.
But we know you have a lot of industry events and agendas you’re checking out and reviewing as you work out your conference and event sched for the year.
As we for build out our 2020 agenda, set to be released later this winter, here are some titles from top sessions at our 2019 event to give you an idea of what to expect:
- The Next Level of Fintech: What will the Auto Industry Solve Next?
- Ensuring Compliance in a Data-Driven World
- As the Auto Fintech Landscape Evolves
- Digital Retailing: Separating the Facts from Fiction
- Necessity is the Mother of Invention – How Legacy Companies and Start-ups Change and Innovate
- How & Why CX Is Improving with Big, Streaming and Intelligent Customer Data
- Auto Dealerships & The Digital Revolution: What’s Next?
- Automotive Industry Outlook: Assessing Volatility, Opportunities and Risks in a Dynamic Market Environment
What will be new in 2020? Stay tuned for the latest on our 2020 event — but one thing we do know: We heard from our attendees last year, and we listened. One of the favorite sessions from our 2019 event was a star-studded dealer panel, which included Chris Vester, COO, Hubert Vester Auto Group; Erick Kirks, Marketing Director, Johnson Automotive; and Eric Flow, President of Management Services, Flow Automotive. They discussed the following: “Auto Dealerships & The Digital Revolution: What’s Next?” The panel sparked a variety of conversations, and attendees can rest assured they can find similar content and more related offerings at the 2020 event.
And if you’d rather experience the Auto Intel Summit from the stage, we are actively looking for workshop and keynote session speakers for our 2020 event. The call for speakers for AIS 2020 is open through Friday, Jan. 31! And make sure to keep an eye out for updates on early confirmed speakers.
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