So, you’ve joined the ETTN. You’ve received our newsletters. Maybe you participated in one of our Facebook Live sessions with one of our distinguished guests. You may have even memorized what ETTN stands for (Emerging Trends and Technology Network). You may be asking yourself, “What is the ETTN, and what can they do for me?” To answer your first question, I’ll start with our mission statement:
“Identify, communicate and provide automotive aftermarket engineers, programmers and product developers with the knowledge of emerging vehicle trends and new technology to ensure continued success.”
How do we do that? ETTN hosts educational seminars and programs that directly benefit our members. Are we hitting our mark? That’s where you come in.
We want to hear from you. What benefits and programs would you like to see offered by ETTN? Would you like to see more technical seminars, networking opportunities, resource databases, best practices, inside access to technology experts and information?
Join us on Thursday December 17, 2020 at 12:00 p.m. EST (9 a.m. PST) for our first General Membership Meeting, and make your voice heard. This will be a fabulous opportunity for you to learn more about the ETTN, the programs we are working on, the volunteer leadership that represents you, and the larger SEMA council and network structure that we’re a part of. You’ll also enjoy the opportunity to network with many of your colleagues across the country. Most importantly, you’ll be able to share your input and insights with Network leadership on what you are seeing in the industry: opportunities, challenges, and commentary from the engineer and product developer’s perspective. We look forward to seeing you there.
Feel free to reach out ahead of time with any questions or comments.
Ian Lehn: ETTN Chair
Rob Simons: ETTN Chair-Elect
Nicole Bradle: ETTN, SEMA Council Director