All of this year’s AutoMobility LA events will take place on Los Angeles Convention Center’s campus, which includes our all-new Technology Pavilion, a temporary structure built to house nearly 40 auto-tech exhibits (formerly CCE exhibits) as well as the Roadshow Stage, where the award-winning AutoMobility LA (formerly CCE) Conference will take place.
Two Pass Options
You must select between a “Standard Pass” ($0 - $100) or an “All-Access Pass” ($1,250) to attend AutoMobility LA. If you’re simply looking to attend this year’s press conferences, explore the exhibit floor and participate in the ride and drives, pre-register for the Standard Pass by October 15th (a $100 fee will be charged after that date…so register early). Professionals interested in attending AutoMobility LA’s award-winning conference (featuring more than 50 thought leaders across 20-sessions, including 4 highly-anticipated keynotes) and joining one of SBD’s expert-guided tours should register for an All-Access Pass* (also includes everything offered in the Standard Pass).
*Media professionals registering for their credentials online or onsite will automatically receive an All-Access Pass at no charge.
Three Newsworthy Days
Newsmakers and media covering this year’s event should prepare for three days of significant business announcements, product and service unveilings. In addition to 2 keynotes and a full-day of expert panels around the future of mobility, Tuesday (Nov. 15) will feature 5-7 exhibitor announcements focused on auto-tech news. Wednesday (Nov. 16) will feature 9 OEM press conferences to allow for 2 additional keynotes and important presentations to take place inside the Technology Pavilion. On Thursday (Nov. 17), the focus goes back onto the OEM, with more than 12 press conferences over the course of a very robust day of news.
Four Day Experience
Why 4 days?
According to leading analysts, innovation and collaboration are essential for new and established players aiming to thrive and survive in an ever-changing automotive industry. The new format of the show grants professionals the opportunity to participate in high level discussions, witness global product unveilings and network within a diverse ecosystem.
Everyone that matters. Automakers, tech executives, disruptors, entrepreneurs, investors, designers, developers, dealers, government officials and other industry professionals are invited to attend AutoMobility LA – where attendees can learn, connect and make deals with one another November 14-17.
When should I arrive and how long should I stay?
Arrive Monday…leave Friday – there’s lots going on! Monday kicks off with an evening of networking, Tuesday’s conference offers a full-day of award-winning content, multiple keynotes and significant auto-tech announcements, Wednesday is a blend of global product unveilings by automakers along with a half-day of panels, keynotes and discussions, while Thursday focuses on more than a dozen global and North American vehicle unveilings along with several important green announcements.