If you have been staying up to date on developments as the AIS 2019 agenda has evolved, you know we’ve tried to take a look at the biggest changes, technology and shifts that will impact the automotive market the most in the years to come. If you still need convincing, here’s a deep dive into
The Automotive Intelligence Summit’s 2019 agenda is filling up fast after an impressive response to our 2019 call for speakers. It seems you, the auto industry, have a lot to say on the topics we are focusing on at AIS, come this July 23-25 in Raleigh, N.C. And as the agenda nears completion, a lineup
The content for the 2019 Auto Intel Summit is designed to be fresh, relevant and crucial to your business. And who better to hear from on water-cooler topics like digital retailing than from those on the front lines? In this case, that’s car dealers. One of the most exciting things for the team organizing AIS
We know. There are a lot of trade shows, events and conferences to consider attending to further your career and stay up to date on the latest and greatest. But that’s just the thing. Professional events should do just that: offer you competitive strategies and knowledge to grow your business ā€” as well as keep
Parks, greenways, top universities, research hubs, award winning farmers markets, great music, even better restaurants, and a bustling downtown scene. These are just some of the things that make North Carolina’s capital city what it is. And, on top of Raleigh being Cherokee Media Groups’ home, these factors all contributed to us picking the location
Each week, for a few months now, I’ll take a look at the back-end of the Automotive Intelligence Summit website to check out the call-for-speakers submissions for this year’s event ā€” scheduled for July 23-25 at the Crabtree Valley Marriott in Raleigh, N.C. And just about every week so far, each contact form export brings
We know, you’re busy planning your summer vacations. Or perhaps you already have, and are now just dreaming about said plans in light of potential threats of an unusual April storm to dump snow and heavy rain on the Central U.S. But we have something else to put on your to-do list while you’re thinking
Spring is underway, and so is planning for the second annual Automotive Intelligence Summit. As the AIS 2019 team kicks off planning for this year’s agenda and event, a list of high profile names in the automotive industry are already on board to kick off the summit that focuses on the latest in automotive, including
Artificial intelligence and machine learning. Connected vehicle services. Vehicle intelligence. The potential of big data. Predictive modeling in auto finance. The future of cybersecurity. Does this pique your interest. Are you an expert or leader in one of these areas? These topics and more will be covered at the second annual Auto Intelligence Summit ā€”
Iā€™m happy to report that the inaugural Automotive Intelligence Summit made its debut without a hitch, and it was a wild success! People from all corners of the auto industry and beyond converged on the Raleigh Marriott Crabtree Valley and were wowed by the impressive speakers and presentations they witnessed over the three-day event. The