Two SEMA overseas business development programs taking place this spring in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), March 28–April 1, and Australia, May 23–28, are rapidly filling up.
As China’s middle class grows, so does the market for vehicles that can be used for fun rather than just transportation.
More than 150 companies were recognized by a panel of esteemed international journalists for having a product that would resonate with consumers in international markets.
Car Zone LLC—a United Arab Emirates (UAE)-based company—is seeking accessories and performance products for the Nissan Patrol Y62.
Twenty-five percent of all SEMA Show buyers reside outside of the United States. Here are five tips for attracting buyers from more than 100 countries to your booth.
Join SEMA for the sixth-annual Middle East Business Development Conference in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates (UAE), March 28–April 1, 2017.
Twenty-five percent of buyers walking the 2016 SEMA Show reside outside the United States and are looking for new products to export to their home markets.
A panel of top international buyers from Australia, China, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Saudi Arabia will headline the SEMA Export Fair.
The 2016 SEMA China Business Development Program is a low-cost, turnkey program that brings together SEMA-member manufacturers and buyers from throughout China.
If you are interested in selling to the 90% of the world’s customers residing outside the United States, participate in the first-ever SEMA Export Fair.