What Has SEMA Done for You Lately?

10 FREEBIES FOR SEMA SHOW EXHIBITORS

The nearly 2,000 exhibitors who will present their products and services at the 2008 SEMA Show (November 4–7, Las Vegas Convention Center) invest substantial sums to bring their wares to buyers from around the world. This year, SEMA and the Show managers have developed a number of programs to save exhibitors money and help them draw buyers. Listed below are 10 free programs that qualified exhibitors can use to make the most of their investment as they plan their displays.

AVOID THESE 25 COMMON MISTAKES TO MAXIMIZE YOUR SEMA SHOW INVESTMENT

Get the most out of your SEMA Show investment! Avoid the pitfalls that can minimize your success at the Show and learn how to effectively market the products you're exhibiting. SEMA Show Manager Chuck Schwartz will help you determine your Show marketing budget, properly brand your exhibiting product and control your exhibiting costs. Attend this webinar to save yourself time and money.

SIMPLE WAYS TO KEEP INVENTORY MOVING AND CASH FLOWING

Review strategic ways to make more money on your inventory, increase the turn rate for selling your merchandise and determine your yearly inventory needs and how much cash to keep on-hand to purchase new inventory. Increase your bottom line by attending the eye-opening session, "Inventory Management: Mark It Down, Move It Out & Make More Money," presented by Tom Shay of Profits+Plus at 10:00 a.m. (PDT), August 14, 2008.

Title: Inventory Management: Mark It Down, Move It Out & Make More Money

HOW TO USE TRENDS TO SELL MORE

It’s all about finding ways to sell more, especially in a tough economic climate. Presenter Mike Madden will discuss a process that works in sales, marketing and product development, and you'll learn how to develop an inventory of your assets and competitive strengths within your aftermarket business; develop a picture of marketing opportunities and needs; and create a plan to take advantage of these and related trends with your product.

Madden will also explore:

FORGOT YOUR SEMA MEMBER PASSWORD? RETRIEVE IT HERE

SEMA has now made it easier than ever for members to retrieve their passwords online as part of a continuous effort to ensure efficiency and provide a superior SEMA.org experience.
 
To retrieve a password, members must provide the e-mail address on file or select their company name from a provided list. Once a password request is submitted, an e-mail will be sent to the member company's primary contact on file for verification, update and approval.
 

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