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Webinar: Online Video Production - Preparing to Shoot

Now more than ever online video content is becoming a key element to every company’s marketing and communications strategy. YouTube alone gets more than 2 billion views a day. Whether your goal is to educate, entertain or market, video has growing implications for every company. But are you prepared to produce good quality video content that is representative of your company and your brand? Where do you start? What equipment is essential?

How to Produce Quality Video for Your Website

Now more than ever, online video content is becoming a key element to
every company’s marketing and communications strategy. YouTube alone
gets more than 2 billion views a day. Whether your goal is to educate,
entertain or market, video has growing implications for every company.
But are you prepared to produce good-quality video content that is
representative of your company and your brand? Where do you start? What
equipment is essential?

Industry Trends: Annual Market Study Overview

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Thursday, April 28, 2011; Presented by: Gavin Knapp, SEMA

The SEMA 2011 Annual Market Study has just been released! This annual report will help SEMA-member companies better understand the overall specialty equipment market and its components. Within the specialty segment of the aftermarket, SEMA tracks nine primary niche markets. Data includes information from businesses in the industry as well as consumers.

Join Gavin Knapp, Senior Manager of SEMA’s Market Research Department, as he highlights results from this highly anticipated study and its potential impact on your business. Learn the:

  • Overall size of the Specialty Equipment Market
  • Sales within specialty equipment product segments and niches
  • Industry and product trends
  • Vehicle sales trends

Download formats in this product: Windows Media Video (WMV), Microsoft Powerpoint Presentation on Adobe Acrobat (PDF).

SEMA Members may get this content for free!

Regular Price:

$19.99

Purchasing Pitfalls: Avoiding Supplier Conflicts and Legal Battles

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Thursday, April 14, 2011; Presented by: Brian Akkashian and Rich Apkarian, Dickinson Wright PLLC

What is the best litigation avoidance strategy? It’s not to litigate. Your job is to focus on closing deals, customer retention and increasing ROI---not lawsuits with your suppliers. So what is the best strategy? Develop well-drafted supplier contracts, terms, agreements and related documents.

Join Brian Akkashian and Rich Apkarian, Dickinson Wright PLLC, as they discuss best practices for developing contracts with suppliers. Brian and Rich are partners at Dickinson Wright, a full service law firm with more than 285 attorneys practicing in Detroit, Las Vegas, Nashville, Phoenix, Toronto, Washington, D.C., and throughout Michigan.  Brian and Rich have a general commercial litigation and business law practice, with considerable experience litigating contract disputes between automotive suppliers and customers, counseling clients on a wide range of contract issues and drafting contracts, terms and conditions and related documents.  They represent clients of all sizes, from individuals and small businesses to Fortune 500 companies.

During this session, they will discuss practical advice on:
  • How to avoid legal issues and problems during contract formation with suppliers
  • How to deal with unexpected problems during the life of a contract, including increased raw material costs, and
  • How to properly terminate supply contracts and business relationships.
Download formats in this product: Windows Media Video (WMV), Microsoft Powerpoint Presentation on Adobe Acrobat (PDF).

SEMA Members may get this content for free!

Regular Price:

$19.99

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