We’re excited! Nope, we aren’t jumping the gun to look toward spring quite yet … even though it’s tempting, now that February has arrived.
Instead, we are looking forward to next week — when AIS 2020 will be revealing this year’s agenda, with a lineup of already confirmed speakers to start off the march toward warmer months.
Thinking it’s a bit early? Think again! If you’ve been following AIS blog posts and news throughout 2019 and the beginning of this year, you will have learned that the Auto Intel Summit 2020, in Raleigh, N.C., is being held earlier in the year — April 14-16th.
Yep, for the third year of the event focused on the latest in fintech solutions, digital retailing for auto, and more, you won’t have to bring an extra set of undershirts (we know how July in central N.C. can get!)
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The AIS 2020 agenda is already shaping up to be a high-level discussion that involves leaders poised to provide insight and strategies on mobility, connectivity, digital retailing, fintech solutions, investment and M&A in the auto sector and more.
Here is a sneak peak of a few of the topics on tap for the AIS 2020 content lineup:
- Leading the Auto-Finance Business into the Next Decade
- The Perception and Reality for EVs in 2025
- Car Dealers + Ride Sharing + Tech = Growth & Profits
- Bridging the Gap Between Digital Marketing & Digital Retailing
- The Auto Intel Council Explores the Edge of Auto Innovation
- New Leaders in Fintech Dissect the New Decade
Need more proof? Check out the lineup of confirmed speakers, poised to grow by leaps and bounds this week as the team at AIS finalizes it’s workshop lineup. (The last day of our call for speakers was Friday, and the turnout has been impressive!)
AIS 2020 confirmed speakers:
Jim Bauman, Automotive Partnerships Lead, Uber
Sean Behr, President, STRATIM
Chris Ciccone, Director of Content and Vehicle Data, Roadster
Laurie Foster, Founding Partner, Foster Strategies Group
Quin Garcia, Managing Director, Autotech Ventures
Morgan Hansen, Senior Director, Data Science, ALG
Zarif Haque, Chief Executive Officer, DRAIVER
Bill Liatsis, CEO, CreditIQ
Scott Mathis, CISO, RBC Bank US
AIS will be held in April this year, 14-16, in Raleigh, N.C.!
Frank McKenna, Chief Strategist, PointPredictive
Lonnie Miller, Principle Industry Consultant, SAS
Daniel Parry, Chief Executive Officer, TruDecision
John Possumato, CEO, DriveItAway Inc.
Ryan Robinson, Global Automotive Research Leader, Deloitte
Tarry Shebesta, CEO, TruPayments
Mike Wall, Director, Automotive Analysis, IHS Markit
Marguerite Watanabe, President, Connections Insights
Marc Womack, COO, TD Auto Finance
Companies like GM Financial and AutoFi will also have a presence at AIS 2020. Stay tuned to AIS 2020 for the official release of our 2020 agenda next week!