By Linda Spencer
The SEMA Middle East Business Development Conference offers United States manufacturers the opportunity to meet with pre-vetted buyers from six Middle Eastern countries.
Limited slots are available for the fourth-annual SEMA Middle East Business Development Conference, which offers United States manufacturers the opportunity to meet with pre-vetted buyers from six Middle Eastern countries, including Bahrain, Oman, Kuwait, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates. In 2014, buyers also came from Lebanon, Egypt, Jordan and India. The early-bird registration discount ends January 31, 2015.
Participant fees include a booth at a local show, hotels, meals, networking events and the chance to measure vehicles not sold in the United States. Qualified participants are eligible for a U.S. Department of Commerce Grant to defray the cost of participating.
Wondering what to expect? Check out the 2014 trip report and see who exhibited. Find program details at sema.org/middleeast, or contact Linda Spencer to arrange a one-on-one briefing about the trip's features.
Highlights will include:
- Exhibiting at the Custom Show Emirates where attendees will meet with pre-vetted buyers.
- Customizing shop tours.
- Networking events.
- Access to all-day Measuring Sessions for vehicles popularly customized in the region but not sold in the United States.