SEMA eNews Vol. 13, No. 41, October 14, 2010

Falling Dollar Leads to Sales Opportunties Abroad: Learn More at the SEMA Show

  Scooter Brothers
  Scooter Brothers (right) and Kevin Floody (pictured below, far left) will provide tips on how to take advantage of the dropping value of the dollar against most major currencies during the SEMA Show seminar, "Global Growth: Successful Aftermarket Companies Show the Way to International Success."
  Kevin Floody
SEMA Chairman–Elect Scooter Brothers, who serves as the COO of Competition Performance Group, and K&N Peformance/AEM Air Intake Systems’ International Business Manager Kevin Floody will provide tips to SEMA Showgoers on how to take advantage of the dropping value of the dollar against most major currencies, including the Japanese yen (15-year low) and the euro, the Australian and Canadian dollars and the Brazilian real at the second-annual "Global Growth: Successful Aftermarket Companies Show the Way to International Success" seminar.

Moderator Wade Kawasaki, CEO of Exports International, will lead an interactive Q&A session based on questions received both beforehand and at the session.

Among the topics expected to be discussed include: How to vet a potential international customer? How do I identify the markets with the best potential for my products? What do you think about exclusive arrangements?

Have a question to add to the agenda? E-mail your questions for the session to Linda Spencer lindas@sema.org.

No reservations are required.