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, one of the fastest-growing events focused on fintech, digital retail, mobility and other elements of the auto tech evolution. Cherokee Media Group, leveraging guidance from the Auto Intel Council
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
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
The Auto Intel Summit has always been about what’s next for auto. That conversation began in 2018 — from Auto Remarketing and Subprime News senior editors, veteran auto event directors, leaders of CMG and more — there were key topics evolving fast, that needed covering. From mobility and connectivity, to fintech solutions and digital retailing. Eight
As we first recently released the Auto Intel Summit 2020 agenda, we highlighted the 10+ digital-retail focused workshops on the lineup. Now, we are going to turn to cover another key topic that makes up the backbone of AIS: That’s fintech solutions. Early bird registration for the Auto Intel Summit, April 14-16 in Raleigh, N.C.,
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
We’re excited! Nope, we aren’t jumping the gun to look toward spring quite yet … even though it’s tempting, now that February has arrived. Instead, we are looking forward to next week — when AIS 2020 will be revealing this year’s agenda, with a lineup of already confirmed speakers to start off the march toward
Early spring in North Carolina. “Now, that’s the kind of weather we can get on board with at Cherokee Media Group,” pointed out Joe Overby, a colleague, and Senior Editor of Auto Remarketing magazine. As many of you all know, after two years of hosting the event in July, the Auto Intel Summit is moving