AIS 2020 Looking for Speakers On the Cusp of Fintech, Digital Retail Innovation
Alright, it’s off to a great start — we’re all still pumped about the new year! (We hope so; if not, cmon, folks, it’s only been six days!). But even if your New Year’s resolution only lasts about a week into 2020, we won’t judge you.
The AIS 2020 Call for Speakers Closes on Friday, January 31st!
The team at the Auto Intel Summit is much more interested in where you are putting your time and energy when it comes to your career — and whether you may have a pulse on the next big thing for 2020 in auto.
Why? Well, the AIS 2020 call for speakers is open until the end of the month! And we want to make sure we once again find the brightest and best minds for this year’s event — those sitting on the boards, and leading the companies on the cusp of innovation for fintech and digital retailing.
These two topics will serve as the backbone of the upcoming 2020 event, scheduled this year for April 14-16 at the Crabtree Valley Marriott in Raleigh, N.C. — an event that is designed to explore what’s next for the automotive industry.
This year in particular, has the opportunity to take a look at the future of these topics and more, such as compliance and regulations, connectivity, mobility, and predictive analytics, as we enter a brand new decade of the 21st century.
What will the next 10 years look like for the automotive industry? You tell us, by responding to the AIS call for speakers 2020 today.
Still not sure if you fit the bill for AIS 2020, or need some ideas on potential hot topics?
Check out just a few headlines below from Cherokee Media Group editors, and content from analysts and leaders from across the industry that explores some of the latest in auto tech & trends:
The future of vehicle information: “The cars of today are essentially computers on wheels, and the way we buy and sell them is quickly evolving as well.”
- New eBay Motors App: User can buy, sell vehicles with AI: Through new AI-driven vehicle pages, users can populate and showcase a vehicle for purchase. They can also refine the inventory of cars and trucks shown to them based on preference.
Inside the quarterly results & over-arching trends at online auto marketplaces: Explore recent results and developing trends at publicly traded online auto marketplaces CarGurus, Cars.com and TrueCar.
The AIS 2020 Early Bird Registration rate is available through March 1!
Mercedes-Benz, Bosch automated ride-hailing pilot enters new stage: Mercedes-Benz and Bosch have been working together for more than two years to develop products for automated driving in cities. Now, the two companies say their joint project has entered a new stage.
Consumer data in used cars putting dealers, remarketers at risk: Remarketers and dealers reselling vehicles without first erasing consumer data captured in onboard computers and convenience systems may put themselves at risk of violating consumer protection laws, said an expert in automotive-vehicle consumer data removal and consumer privacy protection.
See here to review some of the top presentations from AIS 2019. Then, if you’re ready to put your name in the ring for 2020, see here!
Be part of the @AutoIntelSummit 2020 conversation.