The SEMA Internet Symposium covers marketing and sales plans that cover what today's consumers expect from your business online and how to navigate evolving market channels.
SEMA Vice President of Internal Systems and Project Teams Alise Miner discusses the redesigned SEMA.org website, the Business Technology Committee and more.
SEMA is opposing a California Air Resources Board (CARB) proposal to
spend roughly $30 million annually for an Enhanced Fleet Modernization
Program (EFMP) to augment the State's existing voluntary accelerated
vehicle retirement program (scrappage).
Law and Order is an update of some of the most recent federal and state
legislative and regulatory issues that could potentially impact the
automotive specialty-equipment industry.
Every program or service offered by SEMA will come through or affect this department at some time, in some fashion.
SEMA Show organizers guarantee all exhibiting manufacturers/importers and exclusive distributors a
list of at least 1,000 pre-registered buyers whose profile matches the exhibitor's on or before October 1, 2009.
Nearly 27 million small-business owners, employees and dependents are uninsured under the current healthcare system. SEMA members responded to a comprehensive survey with a clear message that the system is broken.
The new Paint, Body & Equipment section in the North Hall will feature vehicle paint booths, prep stations, bodywork, frame machines, spray guns and safety/filtration/breathing apparatus, coating/refinishing products, services and publications, building on already-strong buyer interest.
State lawmakers who are members of the State Automotive Enthusiast Leadership Caucus.
SEMA Benchmarking Program: May Update
SEMA's Benchmarking Program is a tool designed to aid SEMA members in a comparative analysis of their business against the similar competitors. The following tables are a part of the most recent update and represent responses of participants to the question: What markets does your company serve?