Each year, SEMA produces a tremendous amount of educational content through its webinar series, SEMA Show seminars and regional conferences. We record much of this content, allowing members to access it online anytime after the event. With a computer and (preferably) broadband connection, you'll have access to sessions covering industry issues such as making the most of your online marketing, MAP policies and intellectual property rights.
As reported earlier, SEMA has funded an in-depth study which reveals that the U.S. market is seeing a decreasing number of platforms and a rising number of nameplates, presenting a challenge for SEMA-member companies to produce a broad array of products with distinct features, while using more common platforms and parts.
Now more than ever, the specialty-equipment industry needs strong, visionary leadership. SEMA's 2009 Board of Directors Nominating Committee is asking you to identify the industry's most talented leaders and nominate them for a seat on the SEMA Board of Directors.
Take a few minutes to tell us about a potential nominee and their leadership background. Self-nominations are also welcome; often the best background and experience information comes from the source.
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The March 2009 issue of SEMA News will now include the updated 2009 SEMA Membership Directory. Additionally, the 2009 SEMA Membership Directory will be viewable throughout the year at www.sema.org.
Learn several ways that the right marketing plan can increase your company's website traffic by tuning into the SEMA webinar “Increase Your Website Visibility With Web Analytics,” Thursday, January 22, 2009.
Brenda Priddy and her spy photographer syndicate got as close as possible to this Audi A8 mule, now wearing its own sheetmetal. Under that new sheetmetal is an extended version of the modular platform used in the A4, but Priddy says aluminum and magnesium materials will likely be used to save weight and improve dynamics.