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?
SEMA YEN Presents a Live Chat with racer and entrepreneur Vaughn Gittin Jr. He will be available to talk about sponsorship proposals that lead to parts and/or promotional programs, social media and brand building.
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.
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's fourth venue for its popular overseas Business Development Programs is held in Australia. The project will be held May 23–27, 2017, in Melbourne, Australia.
MPMC invites you to their open meeting to meet with the select committee, hear about the council’s initiatives for 2016 and to network with fellow motorsports parts manufacturers. The event will take place in the La Jolla room in the Embassy Suites Orange County Airport North at 2:00pm. You do not have to be attending the Media Trade Conference to attend this meeting. Be sure to stick around for the ETTN Motorsports Tech Roundtable event taking place directly after the meeting.
The SBN & YEN will be holding their annual automotive industry networking event at the lounge of the Embassy Suites Santa Ana-Orange County Airport North on Thursday January 28th from 7:30pm - 8:30pm.
The ETTN Motorsports Tech Roundtable offers expert guidance and open conversation on emerging technical trends in the motorsports industry that can impact product development and testing presently and in the near future.
The 2015 Pinewood Builders Challenge, previously held every summer during SEMA’s Installation Gala, featured two major changes. Five of the nation’s premier custom-car builders crafted miniature pinewood hot rods that raced head to head last August at the National Street Rod Association (NSRA) Street Rod Nationals in Louisville, Kentucky. In addition to the Builders Challenge, a Manufacturers Shootout was held for the first time ever for eight participating members of the Hot Rod Industry Alliance (HRIA).