Chris Kersting

Strategic Planning for the Specialty-Equipment Automotive Company of the Future

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Our industry is facing an evolution that will have a profound impact on every company at every level of the specialty-equipment market. Car and truck sales are down; OEMs are closing North American plants; and the specialty-equipment market is feeling its share of the impact. On the other hand, alternate fuels, the era of personalization, green technologies and other changes offer new opportunities for those willing to pursue them. It’s not business as usual. SEMA-member companies have serious decisions to make.

Strategic Planning for the Specialty-Equipment Automotive Company of the Future

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Our industry is facing an evolution that will have a profound impact on every company at every level of the specialty-equipment market. Car and truck sales are down; OEMs are closing North American plants; and the specialty-equipment market is feeling its share of the impact. On the other hand, alternate fuels, the era of personalization, green technologies and other changes offer new opportunities for those willing to pursue them. It’s not business as usual. SEMA-member companies have serious decisions to make.

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A Strong SEMA Show and Tools for Tough Times

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If it’s true that folks vote with their feet, then the 2008 SEMA Show was a landslide victory for all who participated. The industry showed up fullthrottle and generated opportunities and momentum that will propel SEMA-member businesses into the challenging year ahead. Behind the scenes, the association staff worked to ensure that participants pulled maximum return on their investment, not only from the SEMA Show, but from the tools and initiatives it affords to each and every SEMA member.

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