By SEMA Editors
Attendees of the 2023 SEMA Show, October 31-November 3 in Las Vegas, will be able to grow their network and develop quality connections with leaders in their aftermarket niche by attending events hosted by SEMA councils and networks.
While the Show offers a variety of opportunities to elevate and strengthen one's career and business, SEMA council and network events are the premier destination for Show attendees to forge meaningful relationships with peers in their specialized market segment. The diversity in automotive communities ensures an event for everyone: those focused on hot rods and restoration, truck and off-road, automotive technology, automotive restyling, and wheel and tire, plus women and those aged 39 and under.
"Building a trusted professional network with industry peers is essential to advancing your business and career goals," said Zane Clark, SEMA vice president of membership, education, research and councils and networks. "With the worldwide automotive aftermarket industry coming together at the SEMA Show, there's no better place than these networking events to exchange information with those who share common interests and to gain insight into resources tailored to fit your business needs."
This year's calendar includes receptions, happy hours, meetings and lunches, each exclusively crafted and planned to help members of each market segment make the most out of their SEMA Show experience. The inclusive environments allow for engaging conversations where attendees can share experiences and exchange ideas with people who understand their industry inside and out.
Explore the event calendar and RSVP at this link.