MarineBusiness-World.com is the naming rights sponsor of the massive main pavilion A at the 2013 Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show for the third year in a row.
'The MarineBusiness-World.com pavilion will be once again one of the largest temporary structures sited at an event in Australia, (80 metres x 50 metres)' said publisher of MarineBusiness-World.com, Sail-World.com, Sail-World Cruising, Powerboat-World.com and FishingBoating-World.com, TetraMedia’s Rob Kothe.
The pavilion is fully booked with over 130 exhibitors. Visitors to this year’s event can expect to see a wide range of exhibitors. The MarineBusiness-World.com pavilion already has a range of companies showcasing marine clothing, navigational gear, electronics, recreational craft and marine business services.
Groups walking through the Boat Show. Marine Business World pavilion behind. - Sanctuary Cove Boat Show Day 2 - Christina Huntingdon Click Here to view large photo
Rob Kothe said: ‘Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show is where ‘the Marine Business does Business and where there are many significant new product launches.
'We are showcasing many of these new product launches on MarineBusiness-World and across our relevant consumer sites in the lead up to the show.'
‘As well as major boat show presence, online news about new product launches is a key element to business success. Online news, via large smart phones (phablets) and tablets is the fastest growing news delivery system.
‘We know how to get the word out. The largest marine news network world-wide is our own group. The 14 TetraMedia Marine websites covering MarineBusiness-World.com, Sail-World.com, Sail-World Cruising, Powerboat-World.com and FishingBoating-World.com received over 2.2 million visitors in 2012, reading our content in 61 languages.
‘Businesses in the marine space should come by the MarineBusiness-World.com stand (190-191) in the MarineBusiness-World.com pavilion and learn about the opportunities to reach our more than 220,000 monthly readers, worldwide, with a range of flexible packages, targeting their specific regional audiences.‘