Ohio Around the World

Across the globe, JobsOhio stays involved with domestic and international trade shows and events to support its nine key industries. Attending these events allows our team to network with company leaders and global investors while also staying on top of industry innovations and trends, which can benefit current and future companies invested in Ohio. Here you will find a list of events where JobsOhio is playing an active role, ranging from exhibiting to thought leadership.

North American Auto Show

Cobo Center
1 Washington Blvd
Detroit, MI, U.S.
January 14–28th, 2018

The North American Auto Show is a mix of the world’s top automotive and technology executives, designers, engineers and thought leaders. It is the stage where global mobility innovation and industry-shaping announcements are debuted.

AutoMobili-D will also be celebrating its second year at the show, connecting tech startups, venture capitalists, automakers, universities and suppliers to the future of urban mobility.

JobsOhio’s senior managing director of automotive, Kristi Tanner, and director of automotive, Jonathan Bridges, are attending. Find them at booth UA06.

Automotive News World Congress

Detroit Marriott Renaissance Center
400 Renaissance Dr.
Detroit, MI, U.S.
January 16–17th, 2018

Learn what the future holds for automotive. Where industry leaders come together to discuss automotive’s changing landscape, suppliers, smart mobility, technology and the future of NAFTA. JobsOhio’s Kristi Tanner, senior managing director of automotive, and Jonathan Bridges, sector director of automotive, will be attending.

SAE Govt/Industry Meeting

Walter E. Washington Convention Center
801 Mt Vernon Pl NW
Washington, D.C., U.S.
January 24–26th, 2018

Government players influence every aspect of the automotive industry. This annual gathering is where government policy and regulatory makers, and auto industry representatives come together to discuss the influence of government action on future vehicle design, including safety, emissions and energy conservation. Where will the automotive industry go from here and what with influence its progression? Ohio stays abreast on what is to come.