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10+2 = New Filing Requirement for ALL Companies Importing Products to the US Now in Effect

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Thursday, June 8, 2009, Presented by Richard Di Nucci, Director, Secure Freight Initiative

Importing product into the U.S. just became more complicated and costly due to a new Customs and Border Protection (CBP) regulation.  The Importer Security Filing (ISF), which is commonly known as the "10+2" initiative, as it requires importers to supply 10 pieces of data (and shipping companies another 2 items) marks the first time importers are required to communicate with CBP regarding incoming shipments.

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Inventory Management: Stop Storing Cash in the Warehouse - Recession Survival Series

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Thursday, March 25, 2009, Presented by: Tom Shay, Profits+Plus

The current recession is creating strategic opportunities to move your company ahead of the competition.  Take this opportunity to learn a valuable strategy and watch your competition make substantial and poor decisions regarding what they’re cutting back in their businesses.  Find out the areas of opportunity in which you can step in and take that business.

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Relationship Management Within the Supply Chain: Get the Most From Your Suppliers, Company, Teams - Recession Survial Series

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Thursday, March 5, 2009, Presented by: Nancy McGuire, President, McGuire Consulting Group, Inc.

Learn the skills you need to build long-lasting, successful relationships within your supply chain. Nancy McGuire, founder of the McGuire Consulting Group, will address how to manage relationships within the supply-chain organization, including negotiating with suppliers, competing internally for investment dollars on projects or leading a team.

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Inventory Management - Stop Storing Cash in the Warehouse

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Thursday, March 25, 2009, Presented by: Tom Shay, Profits+Plus

Take this opportunity to learn a valuable strategy and watch your competition make substantial and poor decisions regarding what they’re cutting back in their businesses.  Find out the areas of opportunity in which you can step in and take that business.  Tom’s webinar will help you determine why you should examine your inventory by ‘velocity coding’, where to place your priorities on the inventory you are going to stock; and how you can decide if a slow-moving part is the right item to stock.

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Protecting Your Finances in a Volatile Economy - Recession Survial Series

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Thursday, March 19, 2009, Presented by: Matthew Egan, VP & Senior Financial Advisor, Merrill Lynch

Understand the market and how to survive in it. Matthew Egan provides an investment-focused presentation covering topics such as preserving your principal, learning what kind of dividend income you can expect, finding attainable and sustainable returns and what should you do with cash. What does your investment portfolio look like? Your finances of 2007 won’t be made whole again by doing nothing, and you can’t simply hope for a recovery. This critically important webinar will teach you what you need to do to protect yourself and your business.

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Telematics: Vehicle Technology that Will Impact Your Business

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Thursday, December 11, 2008 at 10 a.m. (PST) - Presented by: Derek Kaufman, President, C3 Networks

This webinar is based on a series of interviews done with telematics product manufacturers and service providers around the world. Derek will review the current state of connected vehicle technologies and how it will impact the state of the automobile and specialty-equipment aftermarket industries. During his presentation, you will learn more about the robust applications in vehicle wi-fi; green driving planning; advanced GPS; and how telematics could change the way we buy and own cars.

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Social Media: A New Way to Take Your Business to the Top

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Thursday, January 22, 2009 at 10 a.m. (PST) - Presented by: Aaron Kahlow, Founder, CEO of Online Marketing Connect

Increase customer traffic to your website with the right online marketing plan. Aaron Kahlow, chairman and founder of Online Marketing Summit and managing partner of Business Online, has delivered more than 170 seminars nationwide and is frequently quoted by online marketing publications. Aaron will show you how to measure success in social media, how to plan and budget for a winning social media campaign, and case studies that show how social media can take your business to the next level.

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The Future of Inventory Control-RFID

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Thursday September 20, 2007 at 10 a.m. (PST) Presented by: Doug Jacobs

You’ve heard the whispers, now it’s time to unravel the truth.  Will radio frequency identification (RFID) systems really replace barcodes?  Build a productive plan for the future in this 60-minute crash course on RFID and learn how RFID works, truth versus rumors, RFID costs and benefits and how RFID will impact your business.

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Staying Current with Specialty Aftermarket Industry Data

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Thursday, June 26, 2008- Presented by Ty Michael - SEMA, Research Manager

During this session on aftermarket industry trends, Ty will help you spot, stay ahead of and profit from changes in today’s specialty aftermarket industry.  He will highlight aftermarket trends over the last 10 years, the direction of the current specialty equipment market, sales opportunities within niche markets, and how to stay ahead of the competition.

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Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS)

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Thursday, July 12, 2007- Presented by Kevin Rohlwing, Tire Industry Association (TIA)

According to the federal government ruling, 100 percent of new motor vehicle sales will by law, need to have a TPMS system by the year 2008.  While tires pressure monitoring system (TPMS) represent an important development in car safety, they also pose challenges for our industry.  For example, improper dismounting can break sensors, costing you time and money.

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