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PRI Seminar Provides Keys To Great Int'l. Partnerships
October 6, 2017
PRI 2017 will feature the second annual International Motorsports Trade Seminar (IMTS), which will take place Friday, Dec. 8 at the Indiana Convention Center (ICC) and offer invaluable information and insights for international buyers seeking to do business in the US.
PRI Seminar Provides Keys To Great Int'l. Partnerships

Performance Racing Industry (PRI) offers an invaluable opportunity for international buyers interested in doing business in the US, as well as those who want to improve their current relationships with US-based motorsports parts and equipment suppliers.

The second annual International Motorsports Trade Seminar (IMTS) at the PRI Trade Show offers invaluable information and insights on what it takes to develop great overseas partnerships. This highly acclaimed seminar will showcase an expert panel of international exporters—including Max Papis of Max Papis Innovations (MPI), Wade Kawasaki of The Coker Group,  Brett Kinsfather of Motovicity Distribution, Kirk Miller of AEM Performance Electronics, Marc Wesler of VP Racing Fuels, and Linda Spencer of SEMA—speaking on a range of topics covering the import-export of motorsports products.   

Subjects will include—but are not limited to—what exactly US companies look for in international buyers, what buyers bring to the table, and what benefits US companies bring to the partnership.

“This session was created specifically for international buyers seeking to do business with US-based race parts and equipment manufacturers,” said PRI Editor Dan Schechner, who also manages the Show’s educational programming. “We’ve got experts in the field whose knowledge and insights will help equip motorsports professionals from around the world with the tools they need to establish successful business relationships with suppliers here in America.”  

The program is designed to enlighten and engage audience members on all sides of the international commerce spectrum. Indeed, PRI annually draws buyers from more than 70 countries in search of US-manufactured goods, from engine parts to shop machinery, suspension components, steering systems and much more.

The IMTS is scheduled from 8 to 9 a.m. on Friday, December 8, in Room 239 of the Indiana Convention Center. There is no cost to attend for registered PRI Show guests, but seating is limited, so early arrival is encouraged.  

For more information or to register for the PRI Trade Show, which takes place December 7–9, 2017, in Indianapolis, visit www.pri2017.com or call 949/499-5413.