What's New at the SAA
TOUR OF MUNRO BENCHMARKING FACILITY
Join the SAA for an EXCLUSIVE TOUR of Munro & Associates’ competitive product benchmarking and teardown facilities, where products are analyzed for total accounted cost reduction and quality improvements.
AUTOMOTIVE OUTLOOK CONFERENCE
SAA’s 30th Annual Automotive Outlook Conference will kick off 2017 with a three-hour deep dive into key trends for the upcoming year. The event will feature three panels with industry experts, including the Chief Financial Officer of the new Karma Automotive.
A NIGHT OF NETWORKING AND MICROBREWS
Please join the SAA’s Young Professionals Network for a tour of Dragonmead’s brewing facility and networking in a casual setting. This event is open to all members and non-members.
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
SAA President Makes Prestigious Crain's List
SAA President Paul Wheeler recently made Crain's Detroit prestigious 40 Under 40 list, thanks in part to him breathing new, younger life into the SAA and spearheading the organization's efforts to create student chapters.
Did you know that all SAA members receive a free subscription to AutoBeat Daily? To find out how to take advantage of this offer, login to the members section.
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