The Auto Intel Council — a private, membership-based organization owned and managed by Cherokee Media Group — produced quarterly Auto Intel Briefings that feature data reports, whitepapers, research and more, contributed by AIC members.
These Auto Intel Briefings provide the industry and its stakeholders unique insights and perspectives on various topics driving the automotive business
The latest quarterly Auto Intel Briefing includes insights from Auto Intel Council members Digital Recognition Network, Maryann Keller & Associates and KAR Auction Services.
Below are their respecitve thought-leadership pieces:
- Beyond the Magic 8 Ball: 2019 Predictions
Every new year brings new goals and predictions for the future. This year was no exception! At Used Car Week 2018, Digital Recognition Network (DRN) asked lenders, forwarders and solutions providers to share their insights and predictions for the fintech industry in 2019. For more ... Read More
- Trade Disrupted: 'Curb Purchase' Segment Increasing Due to Technology and Industry Trends
In this white paper, MK&A explains that new C2B technologies and industry trends are contributing to the growth of the “curb purchase” segment. To learn more about what those trends entail, download the white paper here ... Read More
- Online & Physical: The Evolution of the Auto Remarketing Industry
In this piece, KAR Auction Services president Peter Kelly looks at this question that he is often asked: What does the digital age mean for the future of physical auctions? To see what Kelly had to say ... Read More
The Auto Intel Council includes the leading intelligence companies in the automotive space, along with their respective economists, analysts, researchers, data scientists, communications professionals and executives.
Current members include DRN, IBM, KAR Auction Services, MBSi Corp., MK&A and Wells Fargo Preferred Capital.
AIC members also will be heavily involved in the next Automotive Intelligence Summit, which is set for July 23-25 in Raleigh, N.C. Early bird registration discounts are already available.
With the understanding that knowledge is power, in crafting Auto Intel Summit 2019, Cherokee Media Group is aiming to ensure attendees receive not only actionable insights for your business, but also a perspective on where the industry is headed, what your company’s role might be, and what the next evolution of auto will look like.
If you think you play a role in reaching that goal via the AIS 2019 stage as a speaker or panelist — organizers want to hear from you. The Call for Speakers will be open until April 22. Submissions can be made by going to this website.
And for more information about joining the AIC, contact Auto Intel Council directors Joe Overby (email@example.com) and Nick Zulovich (firstname.lastname@example.org).