sail-world.com -- Marine 13 - Deadline of registration draws near
Marine 13 - Deadline of registration draws near
Wed, 3 Apr 2013
Marine13 International Conference and Trade Exhibition. Sailing enthusiasts can still secure their place at the upcoming event by registering online at Marine 13
With less than four weeks to go, the Marine13 Welcome Reception on Sunday 28 April launches two full days packed with conference sessions and exhibition viewings, which will see the boating, marina and safety industries gather together under the theme of Boating for the Future to address the issues directing the course for the industry for the next five years.
Whether it be hearing how to embrace the world of online selling in a virtual retail outlet that complements your show room, chandlery or brokerage forecourt; learning how best to maximise your return on boat show investment; understanding the vital role you have to play in growing participation in boating; or how to develop and maintain world-class customer relationships, there is something for every sector of the boating industry at Marine13.
As a must-attend event, Marine13 will be one of the most important for the boating industry in Australia in 2013, providing a diverse, but focused, portfolio of straight forward business advice, take-away tools and inspiration to develop and sustain your business, connect with the boating community and see boating thrive as a leading recreational activity.
Joining the industry delegates will be leaders in safety from some of the major boating nations in the world, coming together to address the conference on subjects ranging from online education through to the importance of marine communications. The safety stream will then follow-on from Marine13 with 'extra' events that are free for conference attendees that will include an International Lifejacket Forum and Fast Craft Workshop on 1 May.
Get ready for boating into the future by signing up for Marine13.
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