In early December 2018, over 600 automotive experts from all over the world – including manufacturers and suppliers, tech and energy companies, politicians and associations – attended the auto industry summit in Wolfsburg, Germany. From 3 – 5 December, the industry’s big hitters discussed strategies, concepts and technologies for tomorrow’s automobiles and the future course of their industry.
Welcome to the the Handelsblatt Automotive Summit…
the most groundbreaking automotive event in Germany, which takes place at the Autostadt in Wolfsburg this year. Meet 650 participants from over 20 nations and 60 top speakers, including the CEOs of Volkswagen, Daimler and BMW. Continue reading
The automotive industry and politics before and after the emissions scandal – we will be discussing this with three top-class experts on December 3rd, 2018, on the eve of the 2018 Handelsblatt Automotive Summit at the Volkswagen ZeitHaus automotive museum.Continue reading
When two visionaries interact, they give the future a system. In their on-stage dialogue at the Automotive Summit, ’JJ’ – the digitalization expert who left Silicon Valley for the Volkswagen Group – and Italdesign boss Jörg Astalosch painted a vivid picture of tomorrow’s mobility forms. Continue reading
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More than 600 automotive experts from around the world – including manufacturers and suppliers, tech and energy groups and politicians and associations – attended the automotive industry summit in Sindelfingen.
All the options are open, and many will soon be feasible
The automotive industry is undergoing the biggest transformation in its 130-year history. For the car companies, this poses an existential question: how can a highly complex system that has emerged over generations adapt successfully in such a short time? What is needed to master this transformation? Continue reading
The biggest auto summit of all time took place in autumn 2016 and consisted of more than 50 speakers, 530 participants from 14 nations, 80 representative of the press, 90 percent of decision makers of 17 functional areas, 50 percent of OEMs and automotive suppliers.