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2014 Export Awards Presented Before a Crowd Exceeding 1,000 at the International Happy Hour

More than 1,000 people attended the 2014 SEMA International Happy Hour last Wednesday, November 5, in Las Vegas.

SEMA Members Report $52.68 Million in Export Sales

SEMA members taking advantage of a 2011 Market Development Cooperator Program (MDCP) grant of $500,000 awarded to SEMA have reported $52.68 million in export sales.

Maximize the Potential of International Markets

One out of every four 2014 SEMA Show buyers are from one of 130 countries, with the fastest-growing customization markets in the world being Russia, China and the Middle East.

Limited Slots Available for One-on-One Meetings at the SEMA Show With U.S. Department of Commerce Staff

U.S. Department of Commerce staff from Central America, the Middle East and Europe will be available for one-on-one meetings with 2014 SEMA Show exhibitors

Meet Key International Buyers From Top Emerging Markets

Top specialty-equipment buyers from Russia, the Middle East and China will speak about their fast-growing markets in international roundtable discussions, Monday, November 3, from 11:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m, in the Las Vegas Convention Center Upper North Hall, room N259.

Exhibitors: Grow Your International Customer Base at the 2014 SEMA Show

More than 1,000 companies are expected to attend the 2014 SEMA International Happy Hour to network with key buyers from markets around the world.

SEMA Awarded Federal Grant to Increase Aftermarket Product and Accessory Exports

SEMA has been awarded part of a $2.2M federal grant to expand exports of automotive aftermarket products into foreign markets, including Russia, the United Arab Emirates and China.

Exhibitors: How to Connect With International Buyers

Twenty-five percent of buyers attending the 2014 SEMA Show reside outside the United States. Want to know how to reach these buyers?

SEMA Awarded $300K to Increase U.S. Exports, Create Jobs

U.S. Under Secretary of Commerce for International Trade Stefan M. Selig has announced that SEMA will receive $300,000 from the International Trade Administration’s (ITA) Market Development Cooperator Program (MDCP) to help the automotive specialty-equipment industry to generate exports to Russia.
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