Twenty-First Annual Automotive Outlook Symposium

Last Updated: 6/2/2014

On May 30, the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago will host the Twenty-First Annual Automotive Outlook Symposium at the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago's Detroit Branch. Topics include the near-term automotive outlook and a discussion of EY's Automotive C-Suite's survey results.

 

The National Association for Business Economics (NABE) will be holding its Third Annual Industry Conference this year before our 21st Annual Automotive Outlook Symposium, focusing on the auto industry. Additional information about that event is available online.

 

A press release for the Chicago Fed symposium is available.

 

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05/30/14
8:30 AM
Registration and Continental Breakfast
9:00 AM
Welcome and Consensus Outlook
William Strauss, Senior Economist and Economic Advisor, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago
9:30 AM
North American Vehicle Sales Outlook: 2014-15
David Teolis, Senior Manager, Economic and Industry Forecasting, General Motors Company
10:15 AM
Break
10:30 AM
Inflection Point Found: After Years of Underinvestment Commercial Vehicle Demand Gains Traction
Kenny Vieth, President, Americas Commercial Transportation Research Company, LLC
11:15 AM
The Dealers’ Outlook
Steven Szakaly, Chief Economist, National Automobile Dealers Association
12:00 PM
Lunch
1:15 PM
The Automotive C-Suite’s Agenda
Randy Miller, Global Automotive Advisory Leader, Ernst & Young, LLP
2:15 PM
The Suppliers Sector: These are the Days, We Will Remember
David Andrea, Senior Vice President, Industry Analysis & Economics , Original Equipment Suppliers Association
3:00 PM
Closing Remarks
William Strauss, Senior Economist and Economic Advisor, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago

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Hotel Information

Marriott Detroit at the Renaissance Center
400 Renaissance Drive, Detroit MI
Detroit ,  MI  
(313) 568-8000 (Mention the NABE Conference)

Rate: $144, per night

Cut-off Date: May 6, 2014

 


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Background Materials

Visit the AOS Conference Series page for information on some of our previous symposiums and summary articles.


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