SEMA eNews Vol. 19, No. 35, September 1, 2016

Explore the SEMA Show Floorplan’s Newest Features

By Jason Catullo

The SEMA Show floorplan has been enhanced with user-friendly functions that make navigating the Show, planning the week and creating a personalized schedule quick and simple.

2016 Show Floorplan
Research companies, locate exhibitor booths, create a personalized schedule and search the Show by product keywords with the updated 2016 SEMA Show floorplan.

The homepage features the Show Locations Map, highlighting the Show’s sections and the outside layout of the Las Vegas Convention Center (LVCC). Clicking on any of the halls will bring up a large map of the layout, showing the companies and booth numbers within the hall. The drop-down menu in the upper right-hand corner provides convenient links to areas throughout the Show, including the LVCC’s hall layouts, the Performance Pavilion and all three Silver Lots.

Buyers can use the search tool to locate companies by product keywords. As an example, a search for the term “exhaust” will produce a list of companies offering exhaust-related products, a button graphic with the number of those exhibitors per hall, and their locations on the floorplan. To navigate deeper, buyers can click on any of the buttons to bring up a larger version of the map, and the specific location and booth number for each company.

To form a plan for the Show, users create a free account and use the site’s features to research and plan. Buyers can make personalized meeting schedules, add exhibitors to a list of companies to visit, and use the “Share My Planner” option to share the information with their employer or other colleagues. To schedule educational sessions, users access the “Conference” tab at the top of the page to view the meetings and times. Clicking the star icon to the right of the education track will add it to the calendar. The floorplan’s additional features include a complete list of exhibiting companies and descriptions and the locations for shuttle and taxi stops.

To learn more about the 2016 SEMA Show and to register, visit www.SEMAShow.com.

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