Those who have an emerging business are encouraged to submit their groundbreaking product or service for a chance to pitch their creation before thousands of people at the 2018 SEMA Show.
SEMA Launch Pad
Furthering SEMA’s interest in identifying young, creative leaders and supporting entrepreneurial initiatives, the Young Executives Network (YEN) has produced the Launch Pad competition for the past five years. Through each stage of the competition, the program teaches participants how to evaluate their markets, communicate the benefits of their products, and market them effectively.
Tom Burden shares his invention called the Grypmat and his SEMA Launch Pad experience.
The SEMA Launch Pad top-10 finalists will pitch their new automotive products and services in front of a live audience at the 2017 SEMA Show.
2016 SEMA Launch Pad Finalist Kevin Patrick shares his experience in being a part of the program and how it has kick-started his business.
Voting for the SEMA Launch Pad—the premier young automotive entrepreneur business competition—closes September 4.
The SEMA Launch Pad has narrowed down to 15 semi-finalists representing new, innovative products and services in the specialty automotive aftermarket.
Your vote will help bring a competitor one step closer to qualifying for the live competition at the 2017 SEMA Show.
The SEMA Launch Pad has been narrowed down to 15 semi-finalists representing new, innovative products and services in the specialty automotive aftermarket.
The SEMA Launch Pad voting competition is now open.