The SEMA Show Education Days theme this year is “Recalibrate!”
Running a business today is hard work. It takes all your attention all day long. That’s why the SEMA Show Education Days theme this year is “Recalibrate!” The week of November 4 will be your chance to refuel your engine. Now is the time to start planning. The complete schedule of SEMA Show Education courses and educational events is available at www.SEMAShow.com/education.
This is your opportunity to look over the course offerings, see what’s new this year and, most importantly, decide which educational sessions will give you the valuable information you need to grow your business.
One of the most exciting new features of the SEMA Show Education Days will be the Keynote & Coffee sessions—a good place to start each morning of the Show with a fresh cup of coffee (on the house) and a thought-provoking discussion with keynote speakers who are leaders in their fields. Entrepreneurs and professionals from every corner of the industry will help you examine your business from a new perspective before you charge into your own busy schedule for the day with educational sessions and visits to the Show floor.
Also new this year: the SEMA Super Sessions. These powerful educational offerings will give you five opportunities throughout the week to take a deep dive into the challenges and opportunities that come with today’s business world. Both well-known and up-and-coming speakers will offer you the insights that will allow you to take a fresh look at your own businesses.
Go to www.SEMAShow.com/education right now to see all of the 60-plus educational sessions in 12 different tracks, ranging from new vehicle technology to best business practices to marketing strategies and emerging trends in the industry.
The ideas you will pick up from the SEMA Show Education Days, both practical and progressive, are exactly what you’ll need as you take a pause from the hectic schedules most people keep, give yourself the chance to examine some of your challenges with new perspectives and recalibrate.