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by AIMEX 15 Feb 2022 13:04 PST 16-18 May 2022

The Australian International Marine Export Group (AIMEX) has confirmed its annual conference, ASMEX 2022 will be held from Monday 16th May to Wednesday 18th May at the InterContinental Sanctuary Cove Resort on the Gold Coast, Queensland.

Now in its 11th year, the ASMEX conference continues to build on its robust reputation for delivering quality and current industry commentary plus offers invaluable networking opportunities among all attendees.

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Why attend ASMEX 2022

The largest marine industry and superyacht conference in the Asia Pacific region

  • Tackles real issues through quality speakers and informative debate
  • Offers networking opportunities with a diverse range of senior industry delegates and speakers
  • Attracts all industry professionals including boat builders, designers, refit shipyards, government representatives, equipment manufacturers, charter agents and brokers, distributors, captains, yachting service providers and more
  • Provides incredible value while expanding your professional network

Registration is now open!

ASMEX 2022 | Program

ASMEX 2022 | MC Announced

Martin Redmayne
Chairman and Editor-in-Chief, The Superyacht Group

Martin Redmayne, Chairman and Editor-in-Chief, The Superyacht Group. Martin has had over 30 years in the marine industry and has spent time on over 1,500 yachts around the globe, visited over 120 shipyards, been present at all of the market's leading design studios, interviewed hundreds of owners.

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The 2022 Australian Marine Industry Awards

We are excited to announce the Australian Marine Industry Awards will be hosted on the Wednesday night, 18th May at Southport Yacht Club.

These awards acknowledge the outstanding achievers in the Australia's superyacht, marine export and commercial industries.

More information here...

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