Las Vegas, Nevada – SEMA kicked off its first-ever fully-online tradeshow, SEMA360, on Monday, playing host to more than 650 virtual exhibitors from around the auto aftermarket industry.
The annual event is typically held during the first week of November in Las Vegas, however, given the current state of the COVID-19 pandemic, SEMA organizers elected to take the show entirely online this year.
For months leading up to the show, collision repair shops, technology developers and innovators from across the aftermarket industry have been preparing their new products and services to be shown off at SEMA360’s virtual booths.
This new platform for SEMA will allow the event to essentially host a 24-hour show floor throughout the entire week, cutting away the geographic and time zone barriers that would typically impact an in-person tradeshow.
In addition, the networking possibilities at this year’s event will be unmatched, allowing attendees instant access to influential industry experts for one-on-one discussions.