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Asia Pacific Superyacht Conference - one month away

by Asia Pacific Superyacht Conference on 26 Mar 2012
There is now just one month to go until the Asia Pacific Superyacht Conference. It is now in its fourth year and takes place the 25-26 April at the ONE°15 Marina Club, Sentosa Cove, Singapore. This years’ conference has an impressive line-up of superyacht industry professionals presenting over the two days; there are panel debates and streamed sessions from which to choose subjects of most relevance and interest to you.

Keynote Presentations:

An analysis of who is buying superyachts in the Asia Pacific region
Jean-Jacques Lavigne, Superyacht Singapore Association

Assessing market entry strategies for world leading superyacht manufacturers
Mr. Giordano Pellacani, General Manager of the Mega Yacht Division (Far East Area), Benetti Yachts

Other topics to be covered include:

Analysis of current opportunities, regulation and developments in China
Japan and the Asia Pacific cruising circuit
Developments in Korea
Environmental Issues
Superyachts in Asia
Overview of opportunities in India
Promoting Asia Pacific as a superyacht refit and repair destination
The Designers Panel
Risk Management Panel
Developments in Australia
Effective marina development strategies
Marketing the Asia-Pacific region to the West
The value of marketing to superyacht captains and how to reach them
Cruising potential in Indonesia
Changing regulations to make cruising in Indonesia more attractive for superyachts
The full programme can be seen at: http://www.singaporeyachtshow.com/conference-zone/programme/ or download the brochure which will give you the full conference programme, speaker details and the registration form.

To register online: http://www.quaynote.com/ankiti/www/?code=aspc12&f=register.
Run in association with the Superyacht Singapore Association, there are discounts available for members of the SSA, Asia Pacific Superyacht Association and other maritime Associations.
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