The 2019 Auto Intel Summit is still over a month away, but already, the list of professionals attending represent many of the auto industry’s leading companies. OEMs, fintech startups, digital retailing frontrunners and more; AIS attendees cover it all.
And you still have the chance to get your name on that list – and save money. Yes, that’s right, we are extending the AIS Early Bird Registration period through the end of this week. Friday is your last day to save on AIS.
Learn from the companies driving the future of auto. Save today with AIS 2019 Early Bird Registration.
Early Bird Registration for the Automotive Intelligence Summit will
Click here to see the list of leading companies in auto participating in AIS 2019.
save attendees a significant $400 off on-site registration. And rates go up by $200 come the end of the week.
The July 23-25 gathering of professionals at the edge of technology in auto provides ample networking opportunities to progress your business and make lasting professional connections.
See right for the teaser to the 2019 AIS attendee list — set to be released later this month — for what reads like a who’s who list of the auto biz.
Companies range from firms such as MK& Associates and Deloitte, to digital retailing experts like MotoInsight and CarNow.
And more leading brands are coming on board every day.
In fact, see below for an update on newly confirmed speakers coming from all avenues the auto industry:
- Quin Garcia, Managing Director, Autotech Ventures: Hear from an automotive-focused venture capital firm partnering with automotive corporations on how tech startups can be leveraged to solve industry pain points.
- Eric Flow, President of Management Services, Flow Automotive: With the help of Flow and other top North Carolina dealers, learn how dealerships are using fintech, AI and digital retailing tools to improve their customers experience inside and outside of the physical dealership.
- Bill Nemecek, VP of Business Development, CarFinance: Nemecek will explore how mobile consumer pressures are forcing the industry to move and why high speed, real-time APIs and new transparent experiences are the way forward for the successful evolution of fintechs.
- Rick Borg, Executive VP, Costco Auto Program: During this fireside chat with Rick Borg, Costco Auto Program’s Executive Vice President, and Jeremy Alicandri, a strategy consultant with MK&A, the audience will learn why Costco is the most successful automotive purchasing affinity program in the U.S., and how it’s poised to grow.
Need a more full-picture view of the makeup of the upcoming AIS event? The 2018 attendee list of over 200 names will give you a picture of what to expect this year. Don’t wait to register if you want your name on the list — that is, the attendee list — which will be going live later this month!
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