SEMA member companies can get hands-on and build pinewood dragsters with the kids from Childhelp.
Northwood University is launching what it calls the world’s first MBA program for executives in the aftermarket industry. The program will begin in May 2009 through Northwood University’s DeVos Graduate School of Management.
In preparation of the next SEMA Webinar, “Protecting Your Products With Contracts: Contract Law 101,” SEMA wants to know what topics you would like the presenting legal experts to cover.
Understanding the basic elements of a contract and avoiding potential pitfalls can be as simple as asking the right questions, such as:
Enhanced New Products Showcase area and improved technology to connect buyers and manufacturers highlight the 2009 Show, scheduled November 3–6 in Las Vegas.
Learn how to avoid unnecessary risk and exposure.
At last year's SEMA Pinewood Drag Race, former SEMA Chairman Mitch Williams
won first place in the Modified class. This year, he will compete against SEMA
Chairman Jim Cozzie for the Unlimited trophy.
2009 Detroit Autorama Student Career Day a Success!
More than 3,000 students attended the Detroit Autorama Student Career Day.
Members of the Manufacturers Rep Council (MRC) realize that hours can be spent simply talking about how bad the economy is. But, now is the time to do something about it. We all need to come together to share experiences, ideas and strategies to do things differently and to grow.
Make plans now to attend MANAfest May 31–June 3, 2009 at Green Valley Ranch.
SEMA Member News -- March/April 2009
Spring Brings New Opportunities; Webinar Addresses Methods of Business Intelligence
By Joel Rosenthal