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BUSINESS IS BOOMING...IS YOURS?

Join the SAA’s Young Professionals Network for a valuable networking and professional development event on February 11, 2016. This event is ideal for anyone looking to develop the mindset, knowledge, and technique to prospect more effectively, more enjoyably and more profitably. 

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YOUNG PROFESSIONALS NETWORK

Learn how the YPN can help you network and provide valuable insights to help grow your career.

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FOLLOW US ON TWITTER

The SAA is now on Twitter. Follow us at #SAA_Auto

ABOUT US

The Society of Automotive Analysts is an organization that provides members with:

  • Direct and personal access to industry leaders
  • Exclusive events across the broad scope of the automotive industry
  • Networking and interaction with key influencers

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Industry News

• Attend “Business is Booming…Is Yours?” to Differentiate Yourself from Competition
• Last Week to Participate in Cost Model Survey
• Auto Analyst: Tech Firms Are Foe to Industry
• Small SUVs, Once Mocked, Are About to Rule U.S. Market
Global Auto Industry Profits Have Peaked, Bernstein Analyst Warns
No Love for Ford on Wall Street
• U.S. Suppliers Urged to Prepare for ‘Plateau’ After Record Year
• Disruption, Old and New, with GM’s Steve Kiefer
• Auto Industry Struggles with Record Recalls, Slowdown in China

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63% of Automotive Companies Say Future Product Planning Now More Complex

Some 84% of automotive companies say that information on future car models is important to their company’s strategy, yet only 39% claim to have a detailed, written-down forecast, according to a new survey for PLDB, the auto model database from industry analysts just-auto.

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THOUGHT LEADER INSIGHT

Outlook Conference Highlights – Brian Johnson of Barclays

Brian Johnson

Although the Delta flight that Barclay’s Brian Johnson was scheduled to be on to arrive into Detroit for the Outlook Conference and NAIAS was cancelled, Johnson still managed to educate the Outlook attendees via Skype.

Click here to view Brian's Presentation