Friday, 23 December, 2011 10:29 PM
Annual SAA Automotive Outlook Conference
Expansion and the Drive for Profitability
Willisch, President and CEO of BMW-North America,
will serve as the keynote speaker of the SAA Automotive
Mohatarem, Chief Economist at General Motors, will address
the SAA Automotive Outlook Conference.
– SAA's annual Automotive Outlook Conference
is more than just a session with a few speakers. In fact,
it is the largest gathering of the year of SAA members and
helps kick off the North American International Auto Show.
It also sheds a spotlight on what to expect in the coming
year in the automotive industry, provides outstanding networking
opportunities and features insightful and compelling speakers
from the OEM, analyst and financial communities. And, don't
forget, all attendees receive an analyst pass that grants
them admission into the NAIAS on the second day of Industry
Preview week (Jan. 10, 2012).
The 2012 Outlook
will be bigger and better than ever. The 2011 Outlook was
a sell-out. To accommodate more members and industry guests,
the event moves to the spacious Michigan Hall in Cobo Center.
The finalists for the North American Car and Truck of the
Year will also be on display for attendees to view.
January 8, 2012
p.m. - 9:00 p.m.
Hall, Cobo Center
You spoke -- we listened.
SAA members asked for more economists, government officials and
OEM executives. The agenda includes leaders from the financial community,
OEM executives, a high-level government official and more. Confirmed
- Ludwig Willisch,
President and CEO of BMW-North America
- Phil LeBeau,
Business/Auto Reporter at CNBC
- David Strickland,
Administrator of NHTSA
- Brandon Mason,
Senior Automotive Analyst at Autofacts
Chief Economist at General Motors
- Paul Taylor,
Chief Economist at National Automotive Dealers Association
- Colin Langan,
Director of UBS
Take advantage of early-bird
registration rates by registering today.
Tickets are $425
for SAA and OESA members (before Dec. 23) or $525 for SAA and OESA
members (after Dec. 23). Tickets are $525 for non-members (before
Dec. 23) or $625 for non-members (after Dec. 23). Tickets are $125
for YPN members, $60 for students, $60 for media who wish to eat
the dinner and $2,850 for a table of eight.
here to register for the 24th Annual SAA Automotive Outlook
If interested in paying
by check, please
print, fill-out and mail this form to SAA, P. O. Box 362, Lake
Orion, MI 48361, USA. Make checks payable -- in U.S. funds only
-- to SAA. A charge of $20 will apply to checks returned for insufficient
If rebilling of a credit
card charge is necessary, a $25 processing fee will be charged.
No refunds after 5:00
p.m. (EDT) on Wednesday, Jan. 4, 2012.
Questions? Please contact
the SAA Office at 248-804-6433.
Source: Society of
Automotive Analysts (SAA)
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