Join SEMA for the next best practices in exporting online workshop featuring IP Attachés: China, India and the Middle East. These US government officials will compare and contrast US brand protection practices with the regions in which they are based. In addition to explaining current issues being raised by the US government in these markets the officials will discuss both best practices for registering and enforcing your trademarks and patents in China, India and the Middle East. The one hour session will be held on Thursday July 23 at 8 a.m. PDT/11:00 a.m. EDT.
USMCA Export Requirements for Canada and/or Mexico SEMA Webinar scheduled for July 9th.
Review the checklist of best practices to protect your trademarks and patents abroad. SEMA Vice President, Government and Legal Affairs, Daniel Ingber, will moderate this one-hour panel.
Join SEMA for a one hour session on the new Saber-Saleem program.
Home to the Baja 500 and a Grand Prix, Mexico is a country of nearly 130 million people, and it is an increasingly important destination for U.S. automotive specialty-equipment products. With a growing middle class (approximately 39% of the population has enough disposable income to own a vehicle, a computer and other “wants”), Mexican car enthusiasts are eager for U.S. products to enhance their off-road, motorsports and classic-car restoration experiences.
SEMA recently conducted a survey regarding the exporting activities of its U.S.-based member manufacturers.
Tens of thousands of international buyers will be walking the 2016 SEMA Show looking for new products to export to their home markets.
Registration is open for the 2017 SEMA Australia Business Development Program, May 23-27, in Melbourne, Australia.