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We hope you’re getting excited about our upcoming live virtual summit, the Auto Finance Innovators Forum on October 14th! We can’t wait to bring you high-quality content from the leading minds in auto finance, tech, and journalism. We’re especially honored to be joined by Nick Zulovich, senior editor of the Auto Fin Journal, who will be moderating the panels. Read on to learn about what makes Nick Zulovich and AutoFin Journal’s role at the Forum a big value add for what promises to be an action-packed day. New call-to-action

Meet Journalist Nick Zulovich, Senior Editor of AutoFin Journal and SubPrime Auto Finance News

Nick Zulovich is senior editor at Cherokee Media Group, overseeing a portion of the company’s magazine and website portfolio including Auto Fin Journal, BHPH Report and SubPrime Auto Finance News. Nick also is one of the hosts of the Auto Remarketing Podcast and part of the company team that conducts industry events, including the Automotive Intelligence Summit and Used Car Week. Prior to that, for 13 years Nick held the position of senior editor of SubPrime Auto Finance News, which keeps readers informed and educated on industry practices, trends and changes in the subprime finance industry. Reaching more than 30,000 print-edition readers, six times a year, and more than 47,000 email subscribers each weekday, SubPrime Auto Finance News' readership includes dealers, finance companies, banks and remarketing & repossession industry executives. Furthermore, BHPH Report places a laser focus on the buy-here, pay-here segment of the automotive industry, connecting dealerships that often finance their own retail installment contracts with critical information and data points to help them succeed. Nick also serves as content generator and webinar producer for Auto Remarketing, which celebrated 25 years of serving the used-car industry in 2016. The magazine continues to keep readers informed on top issues related to certified pre-owned cars, off-lease units, leasing, fleets and more. The business-to-business media property reaches more than 45,000 print readers twice a month as well as more than 47,000 email subscribers each weekday, mostly consisting of franchised and independent dealers along with executives from the remarketing, finance and auto manufacturing industries. Furthermore, Nick previously served as writer and project coordinator for North Carolina Farm Bureau Magazine, the quarterly publication of the North Carolina Farm Bureau Federation that is distributed to more than 500,000 members throughout the state.

About The AutoFin Journal: At the Intersection of Auto Lending and Tech

The Auto Fin Journal was launched in the summer of 2018 by Cherokee Media Group (CMG), who are also the publishers of Auto Remarketing and SubPrime AutoFinance News, and producers of Used Car Week, the Automotive Intelligence Summit and Auto Remarketing Canada—as well as additional leading auto industry events and media. The Auto Fin Journal focuses on business intelligence content for automotive and auto fintech executives. With the rapid pace of change and technology in the automotive and auto fintech industries, the Auto Fin Journal serves as a trusted resource for content, business intelligence and knowledge-sharing for industry executives, suppliers and franchise dealers. Nick Zulovich, formerly the senior editor of SubPrime Auto Finance News and the BHPH Report was selected to lead the editorial and content management of the new AFJ.

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