Korea International Boat Show 2012 - all sold out
by KIBS Media on 13 Apr 2012
The fifth edition of the Korea International Boat show to be held at Jeongok near Seoul on May 30th to 3 June 2012 is sold out.
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A total of 181 companies – 94 domestic and 87 overseas - have taken all the available space. The pattern this year has been for larger space bookings underlining the quality of the show and the growing confidence in this emerging market.
With a waiting list of over 20 companies, Special Adviser to the show Tim Coventry said,
'We are a victim of our own success! - The pressure on space created by the growing demand from both home and overseas companies means that we will have to look urgently at a larger facility for 2013.'
With a top industry speaker line up led by ICOMIA Secretary General, Tony Rice, the Asia Industry Conference to be held on 31 May during the show will focus on Asia Regional briefings together with World industry news and views.
The B-to-B Enterprise conference sessions held on 30 May and 01-02 June are open to industry members wishing to promote their products and services, and are a popular attraction of the event.
Although now too late to exhibit, it is still possible for Industry members to visit the event and generous travel and accommodation incentives are available to both Buyers and Investors for 3-day visits
For further information visit www.koreaboatshow.org or Email email@example.com
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