2011 SEMA Business Technology Symposium to Provide Industry with Valuable Tools for Marketing and Growing Business Online

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2011 SEMA BUSINESS TECHNOLOGY SYMPOSIUM TO
PROVIDE INDUSTRY WITH VALUABLE TOOLS

FOR MARKETING AND GROWING BUSINESS ONLINE
 

-- Participants Attending Long Beach Conference
to Learn New Approaches and Techniques

 to Succeed in Online Marketing and eCommerce -
 

DIAMOND BAR, Calif.
(June 22, 2011)
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Recognizing that technology is a crucial element in many industries, the
Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) is helping automotive businesses
understand the trends and opportunities at the Business Technology Symposium on
July 27, 2011 from 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. at the Renaissance Hotel in Long Beach,
Calif. 

The SEMA Business Technology Symposium is designed to provide participants with
a deep understanding of the opportunities that exist using technology to
support different aspects of their business. Participants will learn proven
strategies and best practices from experts in the fields of online marketing,
multimedia, sales and eCommerce that will help them be more productive online.

Developed by the SEMA Street Performance Council (SPC), the event has become a
premier business development forum with several unique opportunities to gain a
competitive advantage through the implementation of effective technology-based
strategies.

"Given today's competitive marketplace, companies are relying more and more on
emerging technologies for brand building, lead generation and in some cases, as
a primary source of commerce," said Tyler Tanaka, Vice President, Business
Development at Cie Digital Labs.  "Technology is continuing to
revolutionize the way business is conducted in the automotive aftermarket and
our members' businesses are ever changing as a result. We want to give them the
necessary tools to be prepared, understand and take advantage of the potential
opportunities that exist while doing business in today's digital world."

Participants will enjoy a full day consisting of five business technology
supersessions, each covering a diverse range of topics that include:

  • Manufacturer & distributor online marketing essentials
  • Mobile's Role in the automotive aftermarket
  • Connecting with customers: Effective content marketing
  • Capture, manage & nurture leads to win more customers
  • Product design and manufacturing technology that could change the
    aftermarket

Registration includes entrance to the 2011 Business Technology Symposium, lunch
and an opportunity to win prizes including an iPad. Pre-registration runs
through July 9. SEMA pre-registration fee is $149 ($179 July 10-23); SPC Member
pre-registration fee is $99 ($129 July 10-23); and non member pre-registration
fee is $199 ($249 July 10-23).

For more information and to register for SEMA's Business Technology Symposium,
visit https://secure.sema.org/BTS/Business_Technology_Symposium.aspx

About SEMA
SEMA, the Specialty
Equipment Market Association founded in 1963, represents the $28.6 billion
specialty automotive industry of 6,461 member-companies. It is the
authoritative source for research, data, trends and market growth information
for the specialty auto parts industry. The industry provides appearance,
performance, comfort, convenience and technology products for passenger and
recreational vehicles. For more information, contact SEMA at 1575 S. Valley
Vista Dr., Diamond Bar, CA 91765, tel: 909/396-0289, or visit www.sema.org
or www.enjoythedrive.com.

 

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