Want to meet who you'll be doing more business with in the future? Check out the first-time exhibitors setting up shop at the 2009 SEMA Show.
SEMA and AAPEX have introduced a new online matching system for AAIW that pairs buyers with suppliers most relevant to their buying interests.
SEMA continues its important strategic direction to increase its
outreach to members. In the past few years, the association has placed
itself where SEMA members gather to hear what they have to say about
their businesses and to learn how the association can make a
difference, especially now during a tough economic downturn.
Upcoming deadlines include: exhibitor registration, Show directory advertising-space reservation, celebrity appearance notification, exhibit-space design notification, hanging-sign design notification, and more.
Need to register additional employees for the SEMA Show, but already completed your exhibitor registration? Follow these simple steps.
You’re only as good as the tools you use. Internet marketing expert
Brian Offenberger goes under the hood showing you the “tools” for
success with online sales.
You know that video is all over the Web, some of it used to create
effective marketing messages. Want to learn how to use this tool in your own business? John Naderi, executive editor of Streetfire.net, is moderating a panel
of industry experts at the 2009 SEMA Show who will dig deeper into
using video to communicate with enthusiasts and customers.
The annual SEMA Speed Networking Breakfast powered by the SEMA
Businesswomen’s Network (SBN) is one of the most exciting, fun,
informative events at the SEMA Show. It’s the only place where you can
participate in a Speed Networking event and walk away with the widest
variety of industry contacts from potential new clients, vendors,
mentors, outstanding industry leaders or new employee prospects.
News and updates from SEMA's councils and committees.