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Strategic Planning to Deal with the Trojan Car

cyber security.jpgToday, cyber security must be a corporate strategy issue. This SAA event will look at the legal issues, the need for defensive, not offensive, solutions that proactively stops attacks before they happen, and how to develop a workforce with the knowledge or skill to make the connected vehicle safe from cyber security attacks. Click here for more information and to register.

SAA's Value Proposition

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
Strategic Planning Summit Provided Look Ahead

SAA's Annual Strategic Planning Summit took place Thursday, September 10, 2015 and was held at the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago - Detroit Branch.  The event included a networking breakfast and lunch.

fed reserve.pngThis has become a must-attend event for analysts, senior executives, researchers and all other industry professionals looking to better understand the complexities of the automotive industry. This year's event provided a detailed look at where the automotive market will be in the next few years including risk awareness in a more challenging environment. Click here for more information.

Young Professionals Network Offers Outstanding Networking

The Young Professionals Network (YPN) provides networking opportunities and facilitates the exchange of ideas, insights and opinions among the next generation of automotive industry thought leaders. The YPN consists of career-minded automotive industry professionals who want to stay abreast of the latest trends while at the same time expanding their network of contacts.

For more information on the YPN, click here.

Hot Topic
Are Emerging Markets the New Achilles Heel of the Automotive Industry?

The global light vehicle market is expected to remain in positive territory this year with growth at 3 percent to over 87 million units, according to LMC Automotive. However, several emerging markets are underperforming and the outlook for vehicle sales in some of these previously high growth markets is being downgraded. Slower growth in the emerging markets is creating pressure for the global automotive industry and adding an element of uncertainty for key players that have invested heavily in these markets. Click here to read more

Members-Only Benefit: Access to the AutoBeat Group Publications

SAA is proud to offer its members access to the AutoBeat Group publications (a $300 value).  Members can now access AutoBeat Daily, AutoTech Daily, AutoBeat Asia and AutoBeat Europe. Get instructions on how to access these publications by clicking here.


President's Message

SAA President Paul Wheeler provides his message to SAA members.

Join SAA on LinkedIn

SAA now has a LinkedIn group page. Please join the discussion, network with other automotive executives and be on top of the latest news and information from SAA. Click the logo to go to the SAA LinkedIn group page.

The United States can't get energy independence by requiring automakers to sell fuel-efficient vehicles. It will help our balance of payments a bit, but America can't substantially affect world oil prices or availability by using less auto fuel or bumping oil production. As long as OPEC has 78 percent of global petroleum reserves, if the U.S. cuts consumption, OPEC will simply pump less oil and keep prices high. ”

— R. James Woolsey, U.S. Energy Security Council, at the March Networking Breakfast on Future Fuels and Powertrains

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