“Adjusting to Lower Demand and Finding New Ways to Grow” focuses on how many businesses will begin operating again with revenue levels well below previous trends, making ongoing cost management very important.
“Handling Intense Demand When Customers Make Up for Lost Time” focuses on how products, services, and experiences that have been cut off to customers are creating pent-up demand that everyone will want to fulfill at the same time.
“Learning the Positive Lessons from Disruption” focuses on how businesses have scrambled to change business practices and serving customers, while suddenly innovating in ways unimaginable even weeks earlier.
“Making Sure Your Messaging and Tone Are On-target” focuses on how all organizations must ensure that their messages reflect the environment. Whether for customers or employees, you don’t want to share tone deaf messages.
SEMA Education has partnered with Mike Brown, founder and CEO of the Brainzooming Group, to host a free six-part webinar series filled with tips and strategies to help SEMA members communicate, respond and plan for the changes resulting from the Coronavirus.
Presented by SEMA Education in partnership with Mike Brown, CEO and founder of The Brainzooming Group, the webinars are available to all SEMA-member companies at no cost.
The program, which encourages skilled trades education in American public high schools, will give away more than $1 million in prize awards to 18 teachers and their respective programs.
Check out Kevin Rohlwing’s STAGE series interview Wednesday, October 7, at 11:00 a.m. on the SEMA Education Facebook and Instagram.
Check out Gavin Knapp’s STAGE series interview Wednesday, September 23, at 11:00 a.m. on the SEMA Education Facebook and Instagram.
Check out Bob Day’s STAGE series interview Wednesday, September 9, at 11:00 a.m. on the SEMA Education Facebook and Instagram.