We know, we know. You’re already thinking about holiday travel and dinners, seeing (or avoiding) family and friends, and decorating and wrapping those last-minute presents. Exploring professional events and conferences for 2020 is likely not close to the top of your mind or to-do list for December. Save $500 off of on-site registration for AIS
If you are anything like me and the team at the Auto Intelligence Summit, then you like to plan ahead. We get it. And that’s why we are launching registration for this spring’s Auto Intel Summit 2020 before the ball drops on a new year and a new decade. Yep, that’s right — we know
The Automotive Intelligence Summit, launched in 2018, is a brainchild of the veteran editorial and auto-events team at Cherokee Media Group. The goal? To help turn the dial on innovation in the auto space — from fintech and AI to mobility and connectivity. Innovation defines the agenda and conversation at AIS events, since the inaugural
One of the event team’s strategies for the Automotive Intel Summit when it was launched in 2018 was to come up with a list of core topics that define the AIS goals. The eight topics defined have helped lead the event since its launch, and will once again highlight the event this year. These topics
What do the next 10 years mean for the automotive industry — and for the evolving fintech leaders and experts on the edge of digital retail? The industry has a whole new frontier ahead of it, and we are all on the cusp of further innovation in auto. The Auto Intel Summit is designed to bring
The second-ever Automotive Intelligence Summit is in the books. Last week, Cherokee Media Group hosted over 230 leaders across the auto industry, from digital retailing and cybersecurity experts, to some of the greatest minds in fintech and auto finance. Once again, attendees and speakers convened at the Crabtree Marriott in N.C.’s capital (thankfully, just days
We are one week out from AIS 2019 — and our speaker lineup is complete. It’s packed with professionals and executives from companies and institutions known throughout the auto industry and beyond, like Equifax, GM Financial, Deloitte, Ernst & Young, the Federal Trade Commission, IHS Markit and more. From the CEOs of startups changing the face of
The July 4 holiday is over, and we’re back at work. But in just two weeks, the team at AIS will give you another excuse to get out of the office. Yep, that’s right; AIS 2019 will kick off in Raleigh on July 23 for three days of education, networking and discussions designed to paint
We know the auto industry is full of busy people. Some of the busiest out there, in fact. And when our attendees make the effort to pull themselves away from their high-paced businesses for our event — we know we need to deliver. One of the ways we do this is through meaningful, impactful content
There’s no denying it. Big data, and the resulting applications and technology has not only made consumers’ lives easier, but has also created new revenue streams for enterprises across all sectors. That said, the explosion of data has also created concerns around data privacy and cybersecurity, and has gotten the attention of regulators. The result