SEMA places a wealth of legislative/regulatory information at your fingertips to help your business succeed.
The SEMA Action Network (SAN) is a nationwide partnership between enthusiasts, vehicle clubs and members of the automotive specialty-equipment industry who have joined forces to promote hobby-friendly legislation and oppose unfair legislation.
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Market conditions dictate how companies develop their operating strategies. Evaluating the business environment becomes increasingly important when the economy goes through the kind of turbulence we’ve seen over the past two years. Part of SEMA’s mission is to help member companies assess current conditions and make choices based on hard facts and real trends. The association’s market research programs have been developed and honed to provide that type of real-world analysis. The most recent of these initiatives—the Enthusiast Opinion Leader Program—was unveiled at the 2009 SEMA Show as an exclusive benefit free of charge for members who exhibited or attended the Show. The program is yet another example of the added value realized by SEMA Show participants.
SEMA and California Manufacturing Technology Consulting (CMTC) Presents the first ever “Profit 101” Workshop!
Tuesday, June 15, 2010
10:00am - 3:00pm
Knowledge is Power. If knowledge is power, then the experts at the Specialty Equipment Insurance Alliance (SEIA) is firing on all eight cylinders. As the endorsed insurance broker for members of the Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA), SEIA delivers insurance solutions that not only protect your business but save you money. In short, our knowledge is your power.
SEMA will announce a new shipping program in early October. In addition to significant discounts on package and freight shipping, there will be special pricing and discounts on value-added business services. Stay tuned for more information.
Questions? Contact Gary Vigil, SEMA Membership Director, at 909-978-6738 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
It’s that time when bags are being packed and itineraries planned for the specialty-equipment industry’s hottest trade show—the 2009 SEMA Show.
Over the past few years, SEMA has sought to reach out to its members in order to hear what they have to say about their businesses and how the association may better serve them, especially during tough economic times.
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While change is ongoing, value is a steady standard. You know that your business must change with the times, and the best way to survive and flourish is to provide consistent value. The SEMA Show is the same. We’re actively evolving the Show to increase the value proposition and ensure that participants get a solid return on investment.
The Inside SEMA section of SEMA News continues its monthly highlight of SEMA management, with this month's edition featuring SEMA Vice President of Councils & Membership Nathan Ridnouer. SEMA News recently interviewed to uncover how councils can assist members in a tough economy, council activities planned for the Show and the new ways the association is delivering benefits to the membership.