The Professional Restylers Organization (PRO) is hosting its annual Long Range Planning (LRP) Meeting on June 15-16 in the nation’s car capital: Detroit, Michigan. The annual LRP is an opportunity for council members to address restyling industry issues and challenges, and weigh in on the needs of its member companies.
Participate in the first SEMA Export Fair co-sponsored with US Department of Commerce. The event, to take place on July 27 in the SEMA Garage, will include the opportunity to participate in roundtables and seminars featuring seasoned exporters, top overseas buyers and other key stakeholders. In addition, each participant can participate in a 30 minute private, confidential meeting with an IPR attorney to learn about taking the appropriate steps to protect your patents and trademarks. Time slots for private meetings with the attorneys are limited. Reserve your slot on a first-come, first served basis.
The Young Executives Network is hosting a General Membership Call. This is great opportunity to get to know other network members and bring your ideas to the table.
Do you live in So Cal? Maybe you'll be in town for the Formula Drift season opener in Long Beach? Want to network with likeminded aftermarket pros?
This live chat will cover the best practices regarding marketing, covering, and sharing event coverage on social media, web, and print platforms. It will answer the question: How do you make your content stand out from the noise and feel original?
The Hot Rod Industry Alliance (HRIA) is hosting a General Membership Meeting at the Charlotte Auto Fair where an expected 150,000 automotive enthusiasts gather to buy and sell unique vehicles and restoration parts.
Looking to get more involved in your industry? You're invited to join in the Young Executives Network (YEN) General Membership call.
The ARMO Hot Products Showcase is an opportunity for council members to display one or more products in front of one of the single largest gatherings of automotive restoration enthusiasts in the world.
Do you have a new product that you would like to sell in the performance automotive aftermarket industry? Perhaps you have a prototype and are unsure of the steps needed to commercialize the product.
SEMA has announced Australia as the fourth venue for its popular overseas Business Development Programs. The pilot project will be held May 25–29, 2016, in Melbourne, Australia.