2010 SEMA Show Seminars and Workshops

SEMA News - October 2010

Today’s business environment is changing quickly. The SEMA Show provides an unparalleled opportunity to learn first-hand what trends will affect your business. A key component of the Show is the top-notch education and training provided by the SEMA Education Institute (SEI). This year’s program will include eight learning tracks with close to 80 sessions that will cover everything from online marketing to customer service, business management, industry trends and more. These classes are designed to give you practical tools that can be implemented the day you get back from Vegas. Make sure you and your staff are ready and equipped to succeed. You simply can’t afford to miss this exceptional training opportunity.

To create a personalized itinerary and/or view a current list of all of the 2010 SEMA Show Seminars and Workshops, visit www.SEMAShow.com/education   

 

GM President to Deliver First-Ever SEMA Show Vehicle Technology Keynote Address

  SEMA News-October 2010-Education 
   

Kick-off the 2010 SEMA Show by attending the inaugural SEMA Vehicle Technology Keynote featuring Mark Reuss, president of General Motors North America. As an automotive enthusiast and long-time advocate of SEMA, Reuss will open up the Vehicle Technology Briefing Program on Driving Green Performance, Tuesday, November 2, 2010, at 9:00 a.m. in the Las Vegas Hilton. During his keynote address, Showgoers will learn how GM’s transformation is leading the reinvention of the automobile and how advanced technologies are impacting the performance industry today and creating new business opportunities for SEMA members.

Following Reuss’ presentation will be a panel discussion with industry leaders, including Peter Diamandis from the X PRIZE Foundation, Scott Atherton from the American Le Mans Series, Azhar Hussain from TTXGP eGrandPrix, Imtiaz Haque from Clemson University (CU)-ICAR, Patrick Reininger from R. L. Polk & Co. and Bryan Krulikowski from Morpace. Space is limited, however, free tickets are available for SEMA Showgoers to secure their seats here

 

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