One of the leading cloud-security non-profits, the Cloud Security Alliance, has a 53-page e-book that examines all of the aspect of cloud-computing security.
The latest from the market with the creams, coatings, polishes and waxes that bring interior and exterior vehicle components to life.
Tim Martin, who was recognized as SEMA Person of the Year in 2016, transitioned from Chair-Elect to Chairman of the Board starting July 1.
Tim Martin, who was named SEMA Person of the Year in 2016, transitioned from Chair-Elect to Chairman of the Board on July.
SEMA News is currently compiling exhibitor press releases for use in the October pre-Show issue.
Is today’s younger generation giving up on driving, shunning car culture and turning away from vehicle accessorization?
In 2004, Justin Parker told his wife that he had an idea to start an aftermarket retail website. The next day, she handed him a shoebox with every piece of spare change she could find in the house and car. She told him that if God was guiding him that way, she was all in too.
Their origins may lie in car culture’s distant past, but hot rodding and performance street building remain as fresh as ever in the Age of Mobility. Dozens of cutting-edge, rodding-related products are rolled out each year at the SEMA Show, and sponsored programs such as SEMA’s Battle of the Builders and Young Guns have helped to attract a new generation of builders with its own unique take on the craft of hot rodding.
SEMA provides its nearly 7,000 companies a plethora of benefits, including access to the SEMA Garage; industry-leading market research; education; world class trade shows; networking opportunities; a regulatory and advocacy program to fight for industry-friendly legislation in Washington, D.C.; international programs to reach potential overseas customers; and more. Whether you're a manufacturer, retailer, jobber, distributor, rep or installer, SEMA has something to offer everyone. For more information, visit www.sema.org/benefits.