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12/11/2019 | 1 MINUTE READ

Webinar to discuss 2020 automotive market

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Chief economist Michael Guckes and Gary Vasilash, editor of sister publication Automotive Design & Production, will host a webinar on Dec. 17.


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What’s in store for the automotive industry in 2020?

In a webinar to take place Dec. 17, 2019 at 11:00 a.m. ET, Gary Vasilash of sister publication Automotive Design & Production and Michael Guckes of Gardner Intelligence will use their deep knowledge of the automotive industry to discuss where the industry has been and what may be in store for the industry in 2020.

The primary topics will be:

  • What major events will impact the industry in 2020?
  • What is the Gardner Business Index telling us about the health of the Automotive supply chain?
  • What does the macroeconomic data tell us about the market?

Michael Guckes is the chief economist/director of analytics for Gardner Intelligence, a division of Gardner Business Media (Cincinnati, Ohio, U.S.). He has performed economic analysis, modeling and forecasting work for nearly 20 years in a wide range of industries. He writes monthly columns for CompositesWorld about the Composites Fabricating Index. Read his December 2019 column

Gary Vasilash has been editor-in-chief of Gardner Business Media’s automotive titles since 1996. He is a juror for the North American Car, Truck & Utility (NACTOY) Awards and co-host of the weekly “Autoline After Hours” webcast.

Register for the webinar and find out more.


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