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Frost & Sullivan Experts Highlight Key Trends Shaping the Global Automotive Industry in 2022

Explore shifting consumer priorities, the rise of e-commerce, how digital twin is revolutionizing the automotive life cycle, and more

2021 was a challenging year for the automotive industry due to changing consumer attitudes towards mobility and chip shortage, which led to reduced production. There is an accelerated and irreversible change in mobility patterns of the customers that automotive players are grappling with. Widespread acceptance of hybrid working impacts mobility patterns, and the pervasive nature of e-commerce is digitizing consumer journeys faster than ever. In addition, acceptance of Battery Electric Vehicles is increasing rapidly, creating new opportunities and challenges.

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In addition, technological advancements like digital twin are revolutionizing every facet of the automotive life cycle, and the entry of non-traditional players will change the rules of the game.

Join Frost & Sullivan‘s Vivek VaidyaAssociate Partner, and Mubarak Moosa, Vice President, Mobility Practice, for the Frost & Sullivan Think Tank, “Top 10 Trends Driving the 2022 Global Automotive Industry” on February 15at 9 a.m. EST and February 24at 3 p.m. SGT. You will discover the top trends that will shape the automotive/mobility industry in the next five years. Plus, hear success stories from industry experts.

Key benefits of attending this Think Tank:

  • Explore the various continuous cash flow models that OEMs can consider to achieve superior profitability.
  • Understand the impact of the industry embracing technology to make every aspect of the value chain more resilient.
  • Uncover the critical success factors helping OEMs and leading providers in the industry navigate the pandemic.
  • Learn about the new growth opportunities in the electric vehicle landscape.
  • Discover how new retail opportunities might alter the automotive landscape. 

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