Spring is underway, and so is planning for the second annual Automotive Intelligence Summit. As the AIS 2019 team kicks off planning for this year’s agenda and event, a list of high profile names in the automotive industry are already on board to kick off the summit that focuses on the latest in automotive, including digital retail, fintech and more. (Don’t worry, I’ll share those names later!)
But first, let’s take a look back at 2018. If you are still deciding on whether to intend the thought leadership event — registration for which opens on April 8 — to be held in Raleigh, July 23-25 at the Crabtree Valley Marriott, take a gander at the below numbers.
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Last year, the inaugural event drew over 200 attendees and featured 43 speakers. Other key highlights included:
- 38 company leaders and data specialists
- 10+ hours of networking
- 30 customized workshops
- 9+ educational hours, including meaningful breakout sessions, panel discussions, and keynote speeches to take part in
The 2018 event focused on eight core topics: Connected Mobility, Compliace & Regulations, Economic Forecasts, Fintech Solutons, Investment Capital, Mergers & Acquisitions, Predictive Analytics and Transportation Research.
This year’s summit will once again revisit these topics with a deep dive into digital retail and fintech trends, which sister publications Auto Remarketing and SubPrime Auto Finance News, as well as the new Auto Fin Journal, cover in detail throughout the year.
The Automotive Intelligence Summit was created to bring together the tech and autofin industries to discoverand analyze new trends, innovation and disruptions that we face in the future of the automotive world.
So, are you ready to hear about what we already have on tap for 2019? The AIS 2019 Call for Speakers is open until April 22, and we are looking for workshop speakers and keynotes, as well as those interested in 10-15 minute, concise, TED-style presentations.
Here are just a few of the names of leaders already confirmed for AIS 2019:
- Mary Ross, President of Californians for Consumer Privacy, and former CIA Counterintelligence Officer and Counsel on the House Intelligence Committee
- Andrew Tai, CEO, MotoInsight
- Ryan Robinson, Automotive Research Leader Deloitte
- Mike Wall, Director, Automotive Analysis, IHS Markit
- Michael Perugi, Auto Industry Practice Leader, Strategist/Principal Consultant, Acxiom
- Alex Maritczak, Senior Manager, Global Auto finance Leader, Advisory, EY
- Lonnie Miller, principle industry consultant, SAS
- Ryan Bachman, SVP Global Chief Information Security Officer, GM Financial
- Jeremy Alicandri, Managing Director, Maryann Keller & Associates
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