- High, Mark R.
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The Canada US Business Association (CUSBA) is pleased to virtually host a Great Lakes Automotive Outlook event. Experts will be focusing on several key mobility topics, including new investment around the Great Lakes resulting from the Unifor contracts, a description of Canada's EV initiative known as Project Arrow, an update on Michigan's I-94 AV corridor, and a far-ranging interview with noted Detroit-based automotive journalist Joann Muller of Axios.
Specifically, our presenters will cover:
- Secular shifts impacting the Great Lakes automotive ecosystem
- "Interim Report": I-94 Mobility Corridor
- Project Arrow: Canadian auto sector's ZEV Lighthouse Project
- The future of mobility: EVs/AVs, Hydrogen Trucks, and Flying Taxis - Really?
This webinar is complimentary but registration is required. To learn more about this webinar or to register, please click here.
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This webinar is sponsored by the Windsor Essex Economic Development Corporation.
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