RALEIGH – The Automotive Intelligence Summit is back this year with another three-day program packed with panels, presentations, fireside chats, workshops and industry snapshots covering the rapidly changing automotive industry.

The event takes place Tuesday-Thursday (July 23-25) at Raleigh Marriott Crabtree Valley and features executives from both local and national companies as thought leaders gather to discuss trends, technology and more.

Some of the North Carolina-based speakers on the agenda include Get Spiffy Cofounder Scot Wingo, Ally Financial Chief Strategy Officer Dinesh Chopra, North Carolina Automobile Dealers Association President Bob Glaser, as well as several executives from SAS’s Cary headquarters.

The lineup also features speakers from top banks, lenders and credit agencies including FICO, Experian, Equifax, GM Financial, Chase Auto Finance, Wells Fargo Preferred Capital, PNC Bank and Deloitte.

This year’s Automotive Intelligence Summit is the second annual event of its kind, back by popular demand after its launch last summer.

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Cary-based Cherokee Media Group—publisher of Cary Magazine, Auto Remarketing, Auto Fin Journal and other publications—is continuing AIS due to the high turnout and engagement seen from the 2018 event.

“This success of last year’s inaugural Automotive Intelligence Summit confirmed our belief that there was a clear need for a ‘meeting of the minds’ of executives at the forefront of the automotive, auto finance and fintech industries,” Cherokee Media Group President Bill Zadeits said. “This is a unique opportunity to network with and learn from the brightest minds who sit at the intersection of these thriving industries.”

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Cherokee Media Group is expecting a turnout of over 250 people.

Tickets cost $1,395 online or $1,595 on-site. Attendees can follow along with sessions here.