Technology and digitization have changed how consumers buy, sell, finance, use and/or own vehicles, particularly in the last five to 10 years. The physical makeup of the vehicle itself has changed, too, with increased connectivity and other technological amenities, as well as greater use of electric/hybrid powertrains.
But this tech renaissance has also impacted the B2B applications of automotive, including the wholesale remarketing of vehicles and the finance mechanisms behind auto retail.
With that in mind, the Auto Intel Summit examines the innovation and digitization in the retail, finance and remarketing segments of automotive – including regulatory considerations, the role of the investment community, B2B and B2C applications of such tech developments and more.
Submissions due Monday, March 15
Auto Intel Summit is presented by Cherokee Media Group, publisher of Auto Remarketing, Auto Remarketing Canada, SubPrime Auto Finance News/BHPH Report and Auto Fin Journal.