Trade shows are all about doing business, but before the Show floor opens and the first meetings can begin, exhibitors have to arrive and set up. Then they have to pack everything up again five days later to hit the road for the next show. All too often, exhibitors arrive in Las Vegas unprepared, believing that if they order everything they require on-site they will receive it on the spot. The consequenses for that lack of planning can be costly in both time and money and lead to frustration. But, through proper planning, an exhibitor’s Show logistics can work smoothly and efficiently.
Attendees of the 2018 SEMA Show have several opportunities to prepare now for a successful week in Las Vegas. First things first: More than 250 first-time exhibitors are already on the floorplan. Each of those companies represents a potential lead for new products and business opportunities.
Bring your truck or Jeep build to the SEMA Show as an LTAA feature vehicle.
In its SEMA Show debut, the three-wheeled Slingshot roadster will delight attendees at its “Polaris Slingshot—The Ultimate Joyride” drift course at the Westgate Lot.
The following educational programs taking place at the 2018 SEMA Show are designed to help businesses navigate and capitalize on the evolving advanced vehicle technology landscape.
Log on to the SEMA Show Facebook Page, Thursday at 12:00 p.m. (PDT), for a live broadcast with SEMA Trade Show Director Tom Gattuso.
DIAMOND BAR, Calif. (Aug. 28, 2018) -- Media will be given a sneak peek at some of the most significant vehicles debuting at the 2018 SEMA Show during the SEMA Show Vehicle Reveal, taking place on Monday, Oct. 29 – the day before the SEMA Show opens to 170,000 industry professionals in Las Vegas, NV.
Performing at numerous SEMA Show activities, including the SEMA Industry Awards Banquet and SEMA Ignited, ZZ Ward will entertain Showgoers throughout the week of the 2018 SEMA Show in Las Vegas.
Celina Ingargiola, a member of SEMA’s Young Executives Network (YEN) committee, sits down to explain what YEN is and some of the things it does for the industry.
The restoration category is well represented at the SEMA Show, with 6% more category exhibitors in place for the 2018 Show than last year. The following pages include the restoration products from the 2017 New Products Showcase, along with market perspectives from industry experts.