Friday, January 18, 2013 - 7:30am - 9:30am
Detroit Marriott Renaissance Center
400 Renaissance Dr.
Detroit, MI 48243
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This event is sold out.
Inforum kicks off the New Year at its 11th Annual Auto Show Breakfast presented by Chrysler and KPMG. Sergio Marchionne, chairman and CEO, Chrysler Group LLC and CEO, Fiat S.p.A.is the keynote speaker.
At the helm of Chrysler’s dramatic turnaround, Marchionne is bringing together two companies with cultures as different as its global brands Alfa Romero and Jeep.
Hear from Marchionne on his leadership principles, winning the talent war with diversity and inclusion, and the making of those famous Super Bowl ads.
to read Sergio Marchionne's full biography.
Following his remarks, Mr. Marchionne will be joined on stage by Rebecca Lindland, Director of Research, IHS Automotive. Rebecca will continue the conversation and facilitate questions from the audience.
About Rebecca Lindland
Rebecca Lindland, Director of Research for IHS Automotive, is responsible for evaluating and assessing OEMs on a global basis. As part of a five-person international team for IHS Automotive, Lindland utilizes her 17 years of automotive industry experience to analyze and evaluate new product launches, management situations, geographical strengths and weaknesses, as well as the overall general condition of manufacturers, brands, and key industry trends.
For more about Lindland, click here
Ticket Information: This event is sold out.
Inforum Member: $40; Non-Member $55
Table Sponsor: $700 (preferred table of 10 seating; corporate logo recognition on table, in program book, Powerpoint, event signage)
After January 11, 2013: Inforum Member: $50; Non-Member $65
continues the conversation for students after the breakfast
10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
The business case for companies to develop, retain, and advance women has never been stronger. Considering the impact of women as college graduates, employees, consumers, producers, and entrepreneurs, it's clear that gender equity isn't an issue of fairness - it's an economic issue that affects everyone.
AutomotiveNEXT helps the industry attract and retain the NEXT generation of automotive talent.
Immediately following the Auto Show Breakfast, AutomotiveNEXT will bring together university students, young professionals, and top women executives to explore a range of careers in the automotive industry.
AutomotiveNEXT 1:1 events feature high-touch networking and small-group converations. Get access to influential leaders - and get inspired by the possibilities.