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2013 North American International Auto Show

 

 

Register now for the 2013 Society of Automotive Analysts' Automotive Outlook Conference

Don't Miss the SAA's Most Important and Insightful Event of the Year!

 

PHOTOS COURTESY OF SAA

The SAA Automotive Outlook Conference returns to the Cobo Center on Sunday, Jan. 13.

DETROIT -- Welcome to Prosperity Island! While China stalls and Europe falls, North America has been a sanctuary of profitable growth. Automakers come from Germany, from Japan and from Korea in search of easy credit, affordable workers and expanding consumer demand for cars and trucks.
But how long can it last? What is normal anymore, and when will we get there? Or are we already there?


SAA, the Society of Automotive Analysts, invites you to Outlook 2013. Kick off the North American International Auto Show with a vibrant discussion on the year ahead, readying for another challenging year from the relative calm of Detroit.SAA's annual Automotive Outlook Conference has become 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.

Come hear:

  • Dana's Jacqui Dedo (pictured left), the newly-elected Chair of the OESA Board, will provide a 2013 outlook for suppliers and discuss challenges and opportunities for the North American supply base
  • Jim Davlin, treasurer of General Motors Co., an automaker whose largest shareholder is the U.S. Treasury … for now.
  • Our first-rate expert panel: Ford Motor Co. economist Ellen Hughes-Cromwick; Itay Michaeli of Citigroup; Bob Schulz, analyst at Standard & Poor's, and Jeff Schuster of LMC Automotive.
  • Mark Phelan of the Detroit Free Press who will give an overview what you’ll see at the show … and some behind-the-scenes commentary.

The agenda is almost complete and is filled with high-powerful, compelling speakers. Additionally, all attendees receive an Industry Preview Days pass for the North American International Auto Show, good for Wednesday, January 16, 2013. (Note: This pass must be used by the Outlook attendee and will only be distributed to those who did not obtain credentials from another source).

NEW FOR 2013: NAIAS Tours

Those who attend Outlook will have the ability to take exclusive tours of the NAIAS show floor on the morning of Jan. 16. The tours will be led by Tom Libby, lead analyst, Polk North American Forecasting Practice. In each of these sessions, Tom will provide a “walking overview” of the 2013 NAIAS highlights while zeroing in on numerous product introductions and other insights relating to what each of the exhibiting automakers are planning. Plan for group discussions on technology, branding and overall expectations of how well these vehicles will sell. Headsets will be provided. There is no cost for the tour, but each tour is limited to 25 people, so register early. Two time slots will be available: 9 a.m. and 10:45 a.m.


The Outlook Conference normally sells out so register today!

Sponsorship opportunities and tables are available -- click here for more information.

 

Automotive Outlook Agenda:

3:00 - 4:00 p.m. Registration

4:00 - 4:10 p.m. Welcome -- Anthony Pratt, SAA President

4:10 - 4:40 p.m. Opening Presentation: James Davlin, Vice President, Finance and Treasurer, General Motors

4:40 - 6:00 p.m. 2013 Outlook Panel
Bob Schulz, Managing Director, Standards & Poor's
Ellen Hughes-Cromwick, Chief Economist, Ford Motor
Jeff Schuster, Senior VP Forecasting, LMC Automotive
Itay Michaeli, Senior Auto Analyst, Citigroup

6:00 - 6:30 p.m. Panel Q&A
Moderator – Michelle Krebs, Senior Analyst, Edmunds.com

6:30 - 7:10 p.m. Networking Reception

7:10 - 8:00 p.m. Dinner
Mark Phelan, Automotive Reporter, Detroit Free Press
Mark will highlight the "must sees" at the NAIAS

8:00 - 8:50 p.m. Jacqui Dedo, Chief Strategy Officer, Dana Holdings Corp. and Chair of the Board for the Originial Equipment Manufacturers
Association (OESA) -- followed by Q&A

8:50 Closing Remarks

 

Questions? Please contact the SAA Office at 248-804-6433.

Click here to register for the SAA Automotive Outlook Conference online.

Source: Society of Automotive Analysts (SAA)

 

 

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