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 premier young entrepreneur automotive competition has been narrowed down to 15 semi-finalists representing new innovative products and services in the specialty automotive aftermarket.
The SEMA Launch Pad live competition will take place Monday, October 29, in the Westgate Hotel and Casino Theater.
The free YEN meetup will be held at the Sand Sports Super Show in Costa Mesa, California, Friday, September 14.
The premier automotive young entrepreneur competition has been narrowed down to 15 semi-finalists representing new, innovative products and services in the specialty-equipment market.
YEN members and all local young automotive aftermarket professionals are encouraged to attend to discuss important and relevant topics, network with local industry leaders and get plugged into the industry.
All YEN members and those interested in learning about opportunities to get involved with SEMA and build industry connections are encouraged to attend.
The SEMA Pinewood Drag Race's annual Industry Cup Challenge takes charitable giving to the next level.
David Jacobs sits down to talk about the opportunity to network at the SEMA Show through the Young Executives Network (YEN).
The Lunch & Learn event includes a networking lunch and an optional tour of the SEMA Garage.