Diamond Bar, CA (March 30, 2016)—The SEMA Young Executives Network (YEN) is now accepting applications for its annual Launch Pad competition at www.sema.org/launch-pad. The program, now in its fourth year, is a competition that offers young and emerging entrepreneurs in the automotive aftermarket the opportunity to jumpstart their businesses.
Applications are being accepted for the 2016 SEMA Launch Pad, presented by the Young Executives Network (YEN).
SEMA recently caught up with Matthew Davis to discuss his participation in the 2015 YEN Power Tour—a SEMA program that sends 10 YEN members on the Hot Rod Magazine Power Tour.
The Manufacturers' Rep Network (MRN) has announced a new benefit for SEMA manufacturer members and MRN members, entitled the Manufacturer Representative Matching Program.
Looking to get more involved in your industry? You're invited to join in the Young Executives Network (YEN) General Membership call.
Do you have a new product that you would like to sell in the performance automotive aftermarket industry? Perhaps you have a prototype and are unsure of the steps needed to commercialize the product.
SEMA's Wheel & Tire Council (WTC) will host its annual long-range planning meeting and industry discussion on Wednesday, February 10, at the SEMA Garage in Diamond Bar, California.
The Motorsports Parts Manufacturers Council has scheduled networking events in conjunction with the Media Trade Conference, including an open council meeting, awards reception and motorsports tech roundtable.
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