From May 20–29, SEMA conducted a survey of more than 1,800 professionals within the specialty-equipment industry to check in on how they were doing.
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Despite the disruptions over the past few months, manufacturers, distributors and retailers continue to maintain a positive outlook on the situation, and expect business to pick up now that restrictions are easing.
SEMA’s recently launched virtual series “Industry Talks: Back to Business” kicks off June 26, with an informational session on how to rebuild partnerships and operations following the recent economic disruption.
What will go down in the record books as one of the steepest and deepest economic declines in U.S. history will likely also be the shortest.
The Exhibitor Services Manual (ESM) includes forms and information regarding early-bird rates on booth services, deadline and budget check lists, shipping information, sponsorship opportunities and much more.
The annual gathering featuring automotive innovation is set to take place in the fall at a time when analysts anticipate the marketplace will begin its path to recovery, positioning the SEMA Show to be vital in helping businesses move toward a successful 2021.
SEMA has partnered with Survey & Ballot Systems (SBS) to administer the 2020 SEMA Board of Directors election.
SEMA members are invited to get answers to their questions about the PPP, May 21, at 10:00 a.m. (PDT), during the live webinar “Everything You Need to Know About the Paycheck Protection Program.”
Currently the industry is making tremendous adjustments, not only to our businesses but also to our personal lives.
Nearly 2,000 companies are demonstrating confidence about the specialty-equipment market's future by participating in the 2020 SEMA Show Space Selection.