just-auto: current automotive events and webinars
just-auto events are designed to provide you with additional insights and value to complement our extensive published material. We work in alliance with industry specialists and partners to deliver compelling automotive events in appropriate formats – including automotive conferences, seminars, business briefings and online webinars.
All of our webinars are free-to-attend and provide analysis of topical automotive issues and sectors. They can also be accessed on-demand afterwards (see below).
Europe: Can Automotive Demand Catch the Global Growth Train?
September, 13, 2013
Our next real-world event will be a business briefing - in partnership with forecast analysts from LMC Automotive - at the Frankfurt Motor Show (IAA). The event agenda will focus on the challenges and opportunities ahead for the automotive business in Europe.
For more details of this event and to register to attend on September 13, please click the link.
Webinars that you may have missed
February 27, 2013 at 3PM (GMT)
Review the results of the 2013 annual Confidence Survey under the guidance of just-auto's editor Dave Leggett.
October 30, 2012 at 4pm GMT / 12pm EDT / 5pm CET /12am HKT
Global debuts of so many new vehicles having been unveiled, concepts which provide a preview of models to come were also much in evidence. A round up of the big-volume models which matter will be provided, as well as a discussion of many future vehicles for the European market in 2013 and out to the end of the decade.
July 10, 2012 at 4pm UK / 11am US / 5pm EUR /12am HKT
Lead research analyst Matthew Beecham summarises key developments in the fast-moving world of automotive glazing.
March 13, 2012 at 4pm UK / 11am US / 5pm EUR /12am HKT
A review of the innovations and significant new products shown at the Geneva Show led by Glenn Brooks - just-auto’s new vehicle product specialist.
February 9, 2012 at 4pm UK / 11am US / 5pm EUR /12am HKT
Review the results of just-auto's annual automotive industry outlook survey under the guidance of just-auto's editor Dave Leggett.