It’s been a tumultuous spring season for most of the entire country and beyond — and of course, the challenges aren’t over. But with the “new normal” — coined for what we may be in store for as the coronavirus pandemic subsides — there may be new opportunities for the auto industry, as well. Although
The team at AIS is pumped to start the week, because we just pushed our 2020 agenda live at www.autointelsummit.com, featuring over 30 workshops for attendees to choose from. Early bird registration for the Auto Intel Summit, April 14-16 in Raleigh, N.C., is open through March 1. And the event will explore everything from the
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
  • digital retailing
Next month’s Automotive Intelligence Summit will have at least three of North Carolina’s most well-known and digitally savvy dealership groups on hand for a panel on “Auto Dealerships & The Digital Revolution: What’s Next?” The session, moderated by North Carolina Automobile Dealers Association president Bob Glaser, will include: Eric Flow, President of Management Services, Flow