Block out the times on your calendar now for this week's webcast double-header, kicking off with tips on how to best "do the Show," followed by Barbara Sicalides' look at the implications of the Supreme Court's recent ruling on minimum resale price agreements.
"Don't Say 'Next Year I'll Do The Show Better.
JUST DO IT NOW—We'll Show You How!"
Tuesday, August 7, 2007
10 a.m. (PST)
Because a large portion of your annual marketing budget is allocated to the SEMA Show, it's important to capitalize on your investment. Discover how to accomplish your goals and achieve overwhelming success on August 7, at 10 a.m. (PDT) when Chuck Schwartz, CEM of ConvExx presents "Don't Say 'Next Year I'll Do the Show Better!' JUST DO IT NOW—We'll Show You How!"
Listen in as Schwartz shares case studies of SEMA Show exhibitors that have found success, and how you can capitalize on their winning strategies. Prepare yourself for the 2007 SEMA Show; start by creating a winning game plan today.
What the U.S. Supreme Court's Leegin Decision Means for Minimum Resale Price Agreements
Friday, August 10, 2007
10 a.m. (PDT)
The U.S. Supreme Court decided to upset 100 years of case law related to agreement to set minimum retail or resale prices. Learn the legal and practical significance of this decision and how it can affect your business. This week's presenter is Barbara T. Sicalides of Pepper Hamilton, LLP, Vice Chair of the firm's Commercial Litigation Practice Group. Her practice covers antitrust litigation and counseling, distribution disputes/arrangements, class actions, securities and other general litigation.
SEMA webinars are web-based seminars that can be accessed anywhere through the Internet and a telephone. In addition, all SEMA webinars are available for download, offering an extra level of convenience for those who may have missed the original broadcast. Check out all of the past webinar topics and sessions at www.sema.org/webinar.