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Business Technology Strategies Every Company Should Explore

Business technology is in a constant state of evolution, and it can be a maddening chore to try to keep up. It seems that every innovation begets an even newer version only a few weeks later. In some cases, the latest gizmo is only a marginal improvement on what went before, but there are significant trends and tools that simply cannot be ignored.

9 Current and Emerging Trends and Tools

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Business technology is in a constant state of evolution, and it can be a maddening chore to try to keep up. It seems that every innovation begets an even newer version only a few weeks later. In some cases, the latest gizmo is only a marginal improvement on what went before, but there are significant trends and tools that simply cannot be ignored. In some very tangible instances, a company can be left behind while its competitors employ technological tools to expand and improve.

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Don’t Let the Next Flap Over Social Media Be Yours

Marketers flocking to Facebook and Twitter without even a hint of a social media policy are discovering a disturbing truth: It takes only a few ill-placed tweets and posts to get your feathers plucked.

SEMA News—June 2011

12 Tips for Smart Policy

By Joe Dysart

   
   
Marketers flocking to Facebook and Twitter without even a hint of a social media policy are discovering

Business Technology Symposium (BTS) - Part of 2011 Leadership Days

Date: 
Jul 27 2011 10:00am - 4:00pm
Timezone: 
PST
Facility: 
The Renaissance Hotel
City: 
Long Beach
State: 
CA
Mark your calendar! The 2011 Business Technology Symposium will be July 27, 2011 at the Renaissance Hotel, Long Beach, California.

Mark your calendar! The 2011 Business Technology Symposium will be July 27, 2011 at the Renaissance Hotel, Long Beach, California.

Please visit www.sema.org/bts for full event details.

Advanced Vehicle Technology

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As part of our annual look at where automotive technology stands, we recently engaged in a wide-ranging conversation with John Waraniak, SEMA vice president of vehicle technology, delving further into the four advanced vehicle technology megatrends: driving green, driving connected, driving safe and driving cool.

SEMA News: What are the latest advances in electronics, including entertainment, navigation and interactive car-to-car and car-to-infrastructure systems?

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SEMA News Highlights Newest Hot Rodding Trends Heading Into 2011

The December issue of SEMA News is dedicated to business technology, future hot-rodding trends and business opportunities in China.

Welcome to the 2010 SEMA Show—and See What Else Your SEMA Membership Gets You Today!

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For those of you reading this in Las Vegas, welcome to the greatest automotive specialty-equipment show on earth! The SEMA Show is the most universally known and recognized benefit that the association offers to its membership and to the industry. I hope you will use it this year as a springboard to discover SEMA’s other outstanding programs and services that, like the Show, are tremendous tools to help your company thrive and be profitable.

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Kick-Start Your Business Promo Strategy With the Online Marketing Conference

The SEMA Online Marketing Conference is Monday, November 1, 2010, 9:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m. in the Las Vegas Convention Center. Registration is available on-site and includes lunch. For more information, visit www.SEMAomc.com.

Business Technology Symposium

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As a part of SEMA’s Leadership Days, the 2010 Business Technology Symposium (BTS), sponsored by SEMA’s Street Performance Council (SPC) and held Friday, July 23, at the Pasadena Convention Center in Pasadena, California, drew 113 specialty-equipment industry attendees, from business owners to IT professionals. A host of industry experts presented eight sessions, including panel discussions that provided attendees with the knowledge and skills needed to move their businesses forward in the Internet age.

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Why Some Businesses Succeed and Others Fail in $1.5 Billion Online Marketplace

One of eight super sessions at the Business Technology Symposium (BTS) powered by the Street Performance Council (SPC), "Better Data = More Sales," will be presented by Rob Eberhart, director of Internet solutions at DCi, on Friday, July 23, 9:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m., at the Pasadena Convention Center, Pasadena, California. Eberhart’s session will demonstrate how data and enhanced product content has a direct connection to sales dollars and how to take advantage of that on your own site. You’ll also learn how to avoid the mistakes made by many businesses who were unsuccessful in selling online.
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