Marine13 Trade Exhibition attracting additional industry suppliers
by Marine13 on 14 Mar 2013
The three delegate streams at Marine13 International Conference and Trade Exhibition are attracting additional industry suppliers. The boating business, marinas and boating safety streams are providing added value for exhibitors attracted by the opportunity to make new contacts beyond their usual business focus.
John Spragg - Bellingham Marine. Marine13 http://marine13.com/
Exhibitor Global Spill Control Pty Ltd for example is a specialist in safety and environmental services including spill equipment.
The company currently has over 40 marina clients. As well as being able to meet with over 150 marina representatives at Marine13, the exhibition will put Global Spill Control in front of many marine safety and marine regulatory organisations for the first time.
Kevin Joyce from Global Spill Control said: 'We consider Marine13 as an excellent marketing investment to not only expand our existing marina customer base but to expand into new markets such as government boating agencies that need to be managing environmental risk.'
Leading marina manufacture and exhibitor, Bellingham Marine is also attracted by the broad range of marine delegates. Bellingham manager John Spragg said this first ever whole of industry conference provides a platform to generate new business additional to Bellingham’s valued marina clients.
Trade bookings and enquiries for exhibiting are strong and there are just 10 booth spaces remaining according to the event organiser arinex.
Full information on exhibiting at Marine13 go to www.marine13.com
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