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The SEMA 2019 Business Resource Guide features contact information and descriptions of SEMA member-companies offering services specific to the automotive aftermarket industry. The guide, which is available electronically at www.SEMA.org/BRG, features contact information and descriptions of SEMA member-companies offering services specific to the automotive aftermarket industry.
Nominations are due May 31.
SEMA Vice President of Vehicle Technology John Waraniak shares some insight regarding the industry's challenges and opportunities with the evolution of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems.
If you know a leader in that age range as of September 1, 2018—whether they are in manufacturing and design, marketing, retail, events and media, or distribution—we would like to hear from you.
More and more businesses looking to hyper-personalize how their websites interact with visitors are turning to artificial intelligence (AI).
The range of materials for 3-D printing has exploded dramatically in recent years.
Since July, Google Chrome started turning businesses away from your website if it deemed your site to be unencrypted.
Standardized product data that include enhanced digital assets, such as photos and video clips, gain access to a wider range of resellers.
Toyota recently invited manufacturers to the SEMA Garage to develop parts for its new Corolla and Corolla hatchback.