AIS 2019 Early Bird Registration Period Ends This Week
Everyone likes to save money. Right? That’s why we want to make sure those planning on attending the 2019 Automotive Intelligence Summit, July 23-25 in Raleigh, N.C., are well aware they only have 1 week left to save $200 off AIS registration.
Yep, that’s right, the unofficial first weekend of summer — aka Memorial Day Weekend — has passed, and July will be here before you know it. Early Bird Registration for AIS 2019 ends Friday, June 7.
Early bird registration for AIS 2019 ends in a week. Register here and Save!
After that date, registration goes up by $200, and if plan on waiting until you’re on-site to register, Early Bird rates will save you a significant $400 to get you into the event that focuses on the future of auto. And — registering now will help ensure your name makes it onto the AIS 2019 attendee list, set to be released in early June.
So, if you need to know more about AIS 2019 before you or your colleagues make the plunge, we totally understand. That’s fine, because we’ve been following AIS 2019 developments on our blog all spring! See how the event designed to drill down into fintech, digital retailing and more has evolved so far:
- As the agenda nears completion, a lineup of keynote speakers and panelists have come together we think might pique your interest — especially if the following are top of mind for you, your business, or your industry: digital retailing, fintech solutions, cybersecurity, data privacy, customer experience, the future of auto dealerships, Mobility-as-a-Service and more. Read more.
- Here’s a deep dive into why the following topics are top of mind for most in the auto biz, and represented widely across our AIS agenda — including cybersecurity, fintech, digital retailing and more. Also, find out how these current topics will be on spotlight at AIS. Read more.
- This year, AIS has added another significant partnership to its roster: The The North Carolina Automobile Dealers Association(NCADA) is an official industry partner of the Auto Intel Summit. Read more.
- Parks, greenways, top universities, research hubs, award winning farmers markets, great music, even better restaurants, and a bustling downtown scene. These are just some of the things that make Raleigh what it is. Learn more about AIS 2019’s location. Read more.
Stay tuned to the AIS 2019 blog as we near July and the culmination of what we think will be another industry-leading event as the conference approaches it’s second year.
And don’t forget to register this week to save $200, and make sure your name makes it onto the AIS attendee list, set to be released in early June.
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