Both the Wheel and Tire Council (WTC) and the Light-Truck Accessory Alliance (LTAA) are moving their SEMA Show receptions to the Renaissance Hotel, closer to the council exhibits and cutting the walk time for attendees.
For the sixth consecutive year, Meguiar's president Barry Meguiar
will interview the biggest names in the automotive industry during the 2009 SEMA Show.
SEMA News offers five guidelines for helping companies gauge the
usefulness of their current product information practices. Addressing
these steps won't necessarily mean standards compliance, but will help
you get headed in the right direction.
What if your company had access to some of the brightest minds in
the field, students at a major university who were
allowed to focus on the creation and development of a product to which
your company might eventually have marketing rights? Read what Texas A&M university is doing to bridge the academic-to-marketplace gap.
Mentor Jason Bruce and mentee Dan Biezonsky are the perfect success story for the SEMA Mentoring Program, powered by the SEMA Businesswomen’s Network (SBN).
Not only do they illustrate the program's goal of connecting industry
experience with new talent, but they've also developed a lasting
friendship. Read more in SEMA News.
More than 50 representatives from SEMA-member companies visited Dubai
recently to explore business opportunities. Many of the companies also
exhibited at the sixth edition of the Automechanika Middle East show,
held in Dubai, May 31–June 2.
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