Part II of the all-digital Auto Intel Summit’s live sessions begins with a look at the role of venture capital in the world of automotive technology. The “Auto Industry Venture Capital Fireside Chat — Exploring the 2020 Environment” session will be moderated by Spiffy co-founder and CEO Scot Wingo and include the following panelists from
The Auto Intel Summit has news for our 2020 audience!   The COVID 19 pandemic of 2020 has presented unprecedented challenges for the world — and for our industry. As such, we believe the best and smartest move at this time for the health and safety of our audience, speakers and team, is to transition
The Auto Intel Summit, which is now open for virtual or on-site registration, is focused on eight core topics the team at Cherokee Media Group deemed needed further coverage in the industry. Those are compliance regulations, connectivity, mobility, digital retail, predictive analytics, investing + M&A, fintech solutions and economic forecast. Seemingly constant innovation, disruption and
Last year, the Auto Intel Summit had an overwhelmingly positive response to its dealer panel led by North Carolina Automobile Dealers Association (NCADA) president Bob Glaser. That’s why Glaser will be back this year, with a team of leading dealers set to discuss the future of auto retail amid a trying 2020. What’s next for
As borders continue to open, and Governors ease COVID-19 restrictions across the country, the Auto Intel Summit is looking toward late summer — and reconnecting with the event’s audience of industry leaders, auto innovators — and those taking the industry into the future. That said, Cherokee Media Group is closely following concerns, regulations and updates on the COVID-19
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 Automotive Intelligence Summit is scheduled for August, and another eight companies are set to be honored as Cherokee Media Group hosts the Automotive Intelligence Summit, an auto industry event focused on fintech, digital retail, mobility and other elements of the auto tech evolution. Cherokee Media Group, leveraging guidance from the Auto Intel Council and
As we head toward the summer, we get ready to pass the original date of the 2020 Auto Intel Summit. But now that just means we have almost three more months to ensure our attendees are privy to the best possible speakers — and the safest environment possible. As announced earlier in the spring, the
Last week was a hectic one for many, as companies, event teams, sports franchises, universities and many more kept tabs on the latest developments and risks associated with COVID-19 — and made the necessary arrangements. Cherokee Media Group, parent company of the Auto Intel Summit, responded to guidance from local and federal health experts, as
After AIS 2019, we received a lot of constructive and positive feedback from our over 230 attendees. Out of that feedback, I want to focus on one response vocalized from numerous AIS 2019 attendees in terms of the content that mattered the most to their businesses. The dealer panel. The dealer panel. And … did