Nearly 100 SEMA members were on hand for the inaugural Internet Symposium presented by the Sport Compact Council (SCC). Billed as a must-attend event for survival in the technology-dependent future, attendees were brought up to speed on the latest Internet-related technologies.
Topics covered during the day-long session included the evolution of e-commerce, how to turn technology into sales, protecting your brand on the Internet and how to maximize your investment on Internet-related expenses. The comprehensive list of speakers included Dan Jondron, President, Advanced Digital Strategies LLC; Luanne Brown, President, eTool Developers LLC; Dave Schwartz, Senior Category Director, Automotive Yahoo Inc.; Richard Nessary, Senior Intellectual Property Counsel eBay Inc.; Jeff Van Hoosear, Partner, Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear LLP; Alise Miner, Vice President, SEMA Information Systems and Special Teams; and Gigi Ho, Vice President & Co-Founder, Digital Performance Inc.
“I want to add my thanks and congratulations to the SCC for putting on a very successful first-time event Saturday,” said SCC Chairman Eric Breslow. “The Internet Symposium was standing room only at 8:30 a.m. on a Saturday after a late-night banquet! Sitting in the back of the room, I watched as attendees were engaged and interactive. My sincere thanks go out to Dan Jondron, the SEMA staff lead by Paul Moritz (SCC liaison) and Tracie Nunez our chair-elect who donated large amounts of her time to make sure our council looked good.”
For more information on the Internet Symposium, or the Sport Compact Council, please contact Paul Moritz at email@example.com, or 909/396-0289, ext. 112.
A capacity crowd was on hand for the inaugural Internet Symposium presented by the Sport Compact Council (SCC). Topics included the evolution of e-commerce, how to turn technology into sales, protecting your brand on the internet, and how to maximize your investment on internet-related expenses.
Jeff Van Hoosear, a partner at Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear LLP, outlined strategies and explained how companies can protect themselves in cyberspace.