Opportunities in the Automotive Industry for Software and Internet Providers Video



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In this video, SI Detroit, which brings together software and Internet entrepreneurs, presents "Opportunities in the Automotive Industry for Software and Internet Providers." Please start the video at the 3:53 mark. Held on Sept. 25 at Wayne State University's School of Engineering, from left to right, the panel includes: Kyle Walworth, Visteon senior manager of global/audio architectures; Chris Stallman, Fontinalis Partners Associate; John Hater, GM Ventures Investment Manager; Ralph Mueller, Eclipse Foundation Director; and Massimo Baldini, Livio President. The moderator is Linzie Venegas, Ideal Group Sales and Marketing Manager. The video was produced and edited by Livio's Geoff Locke.

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