By Ashley Reyes
The team behind SEMA Show Education—a key pillar of the annual aftermarket trade show where thousands of industry professionals come to learn new business strategies—issued a call for speakers for its 2023 seminar lineup.
With more than 70 sessions focused on various automotive technologies and business practices, the SEMA Show speaker program offers the most authoritative platform for presenters to teach emerging business issues, trends and industry best practices. Dynamic and entertaining presenters who can share new skills and ideas with automotive aftermarket professionals are invited to apply at www.sema.org/speakers.
“The SEMA Education program is the best place for speakers to raise their profile, share their expertise and connect with an eager-to-learn audience looking to shape the future of the automotive aftermarket,” said SEMA Director of Education Pamela Brown-Matthis. “Speakers who are passionate about helping others and who can deliver high-value educational content are invited to apply.”
Topics of greatest interest for the 2023 program include aftermarket updates and future trends; diversity, equity and inclusion; electric vehicles; emerging and executive leadership; legal and regulatory; sales and marketing; small-business strategy; vehicle technology; and specific industry segments.
Applications for SEMA’s year-round virtual education component are also available, which provide relevant, engaging and inspiring information on the industry’s complex issues and through online events and informational webinars. Speaker proposals for the 2023 SEMA Show must be submitted by January 27. Virtual education proposals can be submitted at any time throughout the year.
For more details, visit www.sema.org/speakers or contact Gary Vigil at email@example.com or 909-978-6738.