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
  • 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
Everyone likes to save money. Right? That’s why we want to make sure those planning on attending the 2019 Automotive Intelligence Summit, July 23-25 in Raleigh, N.C., are well aware they only have 1 week left to save $200 off AIS registration. Yep, that’s right, the unofficial first weekend of summer — aka Memorial Day
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