AutoTech Effect

What is The AutoTech Effect? This unique series sparks conversations with thought leaders around the topics that matter most to OEMs, Insurance Carriers, and Third Party Administrators. Topics range from data, connectivity, IoT, EV, autonomous vehicles, insurance, protection, and the other numerous issues facing our industry today.

Why Be a Speaker for AutoTech Effect 2022? We are looking for thought leaders, storytellers, and innovators. If you have a story to tell, we want to hear it.

What is the Format? You will be featured in a
one-on-one interview with our CEO, Michael J. Reth, recent recipient of the Leader in Automotive Tech award at the TU Informa Tech Automotive Awards. Our video team produce 20-30 minute session into a broadcast-quality video and give your team access
to the files to cross-promote your session.

Who are the speakers? In the past we, have had speakers spanning across multiple industries: GM, OnStar, AmTrust Specialty Risk, FlexDrive (now Lyft), Darwin Automotive, Epsilon, Buckle, Insurify, and Willis Towers Watson.

What is the Filming Location? Filming will take place during the NADA in Las Vegas at the Aria Resort and Casino, the perfect forum for to promote your company.

Dates and Time? Filming will take place on Friday, March 13th and Saturday, March 14th.Times are flexible based on your schedule.

The conversations have expanded into the world of data, connectivity, IoT, insurance, and better end-to-end consumer experiences. Recognizing how people buy cars, share data, and utilize transportation is ever-changing, the goal is to identify the future now, and not wait for tomorrow.


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