Brad Smith of Experian Automotive explains the ways that companies in the automotive industry leverage data and analytics to develop a competitive advantage.
SEMA Show Education Days
Jamie Notter of Culture That Works provides insight regarding the common misconceptions about millennials and their expectations in the workplace.
Vic Edelbrock Jr. offers insight on the keys to building a successful business.
This week’s video features Matthew Crawford of Reclaimed Vehicle Fabrication Laboratory discussing the psychology of vehicle customization.
Dave Kerpen of Likeable Local addresses how listening to your customers is crucial to getting the most from your social media efforts.
SEMA’s Jim Moore, director of OEM relations, explains why access to vehicles through measuring sessions helps accessory manufacturers capitalize on the latest models that hit the street.
Business and industry experts are invited to submit applications to present a seminar at the 2016 SEMA Show, taking place October 31–November 4.
The 2015 SEMA Show is upon us, but when the Show is over, don’t be surprised if we ask for your feedback. Our annual post-Show survey goes out to more than 3,000 Show attendees. It is part of our process to provide a SEMA Show and an association that are responsive to needs, lead the industry to future opportunities and deliver return on investment. We consider it essential, and you should, too.
Each year, the team at SEMA aims to deliver a SEMA Show that grows in opportunities and value for our exhibitors and attendees. With just 31 days until we open the 2015 edition, plans have crystalized, registration numbers are up over last year, and it’s clear that the trend will continue. And yet our data indicates a change in the pattern, suggesting new opportunities late in the week.