Thursday, August 13, 2009. Moderator: John Waraniak, SEMA Vice President of Vehicle Technology. Presenters: Brett Smith, Assistant Director, Manufacturing, Engineering and Technology, Center of Automotive Research (CAR)
SEMA dedicates an entire day to helping aftermarket companies learn to profit from and promote themselves
through the Internet. Get to Vegas for the SEMA Show a day earl and take part in this free, trade-only event.
While most businesses have soundly rejected Vista and are tenaciously hanging on to Windows XP until Microsoft comes up with a better operating system (OS), the day of reckoning approaches. The reason: Microsoft drove another bloody stake into XP on April 14,
2009, when it officially ended “mainstream support” for the OS. This
means that your warranty on XP is void.
What if your company had access to some of the brightest minds in your
field? What if those minds, students at a major university, were
allowed to focus on the creation and development of a product to which
your company might eventually have marketing rights? What if the result
was bottom-line revenue?
The was developed by a panel of industry experts familiar with the specific test topic. The Z6 exam was introduced in November 2008. The test is job-related and designed to measure a candidate’s competency and real-world skills.
Thursday, July 23, 2009 - Presented by: John Waraniak, VP of Vehicle Technology, SEMA
The global automotive aftermarket will experience more change in the next 10 years than it has in the past 50 years. The decisions you make for your company today will directly impact its future tomorrow. During John’s presentation, he will focus on the ten action steps you need to stay competitive in today’s specialty-equipment marketplace, how to develop scenario plans to guide you in preparing for tomorrow’s challenges and how to leverage new opportunities that will come your way
Surely as a business owner you can monitor the usage of your employee's equipment to determine any misconduct, right? Not exactly. Protecting employee privacy rights is at the core of an ever-changing body of state and federal law.